Missing Endangered Adult


Silver Alert – Missing Endangered Adult

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is currently searching for a missing endangered adult on the Westside of the city. The missing adult, Gene L. Stein, was reported missing today, Friday, December 8, 2023 at 7:00 a.m. 
Mr. Stein is believed to be driving a White 2015 Dodge Dart bearing Florida tag ‘NVU D89.’ Mr. Stein has been reported to be exhibiting signs of memory loss and due to his age and health, we are concerned for his safety.  

Name: Gene L. Stein
Age: 78
Race/Sex: White/Male
Height/Weight: 5’7”/ 175 lbs.
Eyes/Hair: Blue / Gray
Clothing: Gray sweat suit

Anyone with information which could lead to Mr. Stein whereabouts are asked to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office at 904-630-0500 or 911.

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