Disabled man in need of medication, reported missing in O'Fallon

Disabled man in need of medication, reported missing in O'Fallon

Disabled man in need of medication, reported missing in O'Fallon

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by Justine Ward /KMOV.com

KMOV.com

Posted on August 3, 2012 at 7:07 PM

Updated Sunday, Oct 27 at 6:31 PM

O'FALLON, Mo. (KMOV)-- O'Fallon Police are searching for a disabled man who was last seen on August 1.

Police in O'Fallon reported William Lacy, 67, missing on Friday. He suffers from several medical conditions and is confined to a red and gray Jazzy brand wheelchair. 

Authorities have confirmed that Lacy was at the Casino Queen in East St. Louis on Wednesday and went on the westbound Metrolink train at approximately 10:30 a.m.

Lacy is believed to not have his needed medication or cell phone as they were found at his home.  Lacy’s family is concerned that he will become very ill if not found soon.

Lacy is a white male, about 5’8” and 220 pounds.  He has gray hair, hazel eyes, and identifiable scars on his arms and legs.  He was last seen in his motorized wheelchair wearing a gray shirt, blue jeans and white shoes.

Anyone with information regarding Mr. Lacy can contact the O’Fallon Police Department at 618-624-4545.

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