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Police seek missing Edward Penn, 55

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Edward Penn, 55, was last seen on Feb. 12 Edward Penn, 55, was last seen on Feb. 12
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Detroit police are seeking the public's help locating Edward Penn, who has been missing since Feb. 12, 2014.

His aunt last saw him that morning at his home on Lumpkin Street. He was seen walking out of his home wearing a gray hat, blue sweatshirt, pleaded jacket, brown pants and brown house shoes.

Police say the man has dementia.

He is 55 years old, 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 160 pounds. He has salt-and-pepper hair, a beard and mustache, brown eyes and a medium-brown complexion.

If you know of Penn's whereabouts contact the Detroit Police Department's Criminal Investigations at (313) 596-1140.

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