RIVERDALE, Ga. — Police in Clayton County are looking for a 76-year-old missing man who they said suffers from dementia.

Charles Elmer Hensley was reported missing from his home in the 200 block of Hummingbird Way in Riverdale, Ga., on Wednesday, March 4, police said. 

According to officers, Hensley's daughter contacted them to let them know that he suffers from dementia and has left home on more than one occasion. Once, they said, he got lost returning home from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and ended up in Concord, North Carolina. 

On another occasion, investigators said, Hensley was found at a truck stop in Giles, Tennessee. The deputy who located him on that occasion said that he was disoriented.

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76-year-old Charles Hensley has been reported missing by the Clayton County Police Department
Clayton County Police Department

Investigators said he may have left home in a 2008 gold Toyota Tundra with a matching camper shell and a Tennessee Vols tag on the front. 

Anyone with information regarding Hensley's whereabouts is asked to contact the Clayton County Police Department at 770-477-3550.


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