• Police searching for missing Manchester man with dementia

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    MANCHESTER, N.H. - Police are asking for help in finding a missing man with dementia in Manchester, New Hampshire

    James "Jim" Coleman was reported missing by his wife, Manchester Police said in a release. She believes he left their house overnight Monday into Tuesday, and said he was gone when she woke up for work Tuesday morning.

    The wife said her husband suffers from cognitive issues, including dementia, and is often seen at the Red Arrow Diner on Lowell Street, Chez Vachon on Kelley Street, Barnes and Noble on South Willow Street, Grace Episcopal Church on Pine Street and the Walmart in Hooksett.

    Coleman is described as a six-foot, 180-pound man with gray hair and a reddish-gray beard.

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    Manchester Police say to contact them with any information if you know where he is.

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