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Missing Senior Alert issued for Decatur man

James Robert Elliott, Jr. (Source: Decatur Police Department) James Robert Elliott, Jr. (Source: Decatur Police Department)
DECATUR, AL (WAFF) -

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency issued a Missing Senior Alert for 72-year-old James Robert Elliott, Jr. of Decatur.

Elliot suffers from Alzheimer's. He was last seen wearing blue jeans and brown shirt on October 11.

Family members say Elliott could be driving a 1998 Black Ford Explorer with Alabama tag 52A4Z1. It has a bumper sticker that says "Grandpa Needs Love Too."

Elliot has two nicknames and may respond to "J.R." or "Sonny".

This is the third time Elliott has disappeared. He was found once in Gadsden and once in Mississippi.

If you see Elliott call Decatur Police at (256) 350-4613 or 911. Eilliott's daughters, Verona Sales, has also requested a call at (256) 221-4930 or (256) 303-4501.

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