Fairfax County police have suspended the search for a missing Reston man.
Michael Delaney, a 75-year old man, went missing Sunday night (May 10), according to Fairfax County police, who announced this afternoon that they are haunting the active search but will continue to follow up on leads.
A 6′ 3″ male with blue eyes and grey hair, weighing about 170 pounds, he was last seen wearing a yellow hospital gown, jeans and a black jacket, according to authorities.
Delaney’s stepdaughter posted in a community board and noted that he walked out of Reston Hospital after he was admitted for a fall, adding that he is at-risk due to Alzheimer’s disease.
“Micheal is so kind and has been a loving stepfather for 44 years,” she wrote.
Anyone with information is asked to call 703-691-2131.
Search and Rescue teams have suspended their active missions to find #missing Mr. Delaney. Detectives will continue to investigate leads and updates will be provided if additional information becomes available. Anyone with information is asked to call 703-691-2131. #FCPD pic.twitter.com/h6hShtH2Sh
— Fairfax County Police (@FairfaxCountyPD) May 14, 2020
FFX1 and our Search and Rescue team members, are joined by the Shenandoah Mountain Rescue Group from @VDEM and Search and Rescue team members from the @PWCPolice to continue to look for #missing Michael Delaney in the Reston area. Please call 703-691-2131 if you see him. #FCPD pic.twitter.com/dLCSfQbTpb
— Fairfax County Police (@FairfaxCountyPD) May 13, 2020
Photo via Fairfax County Police/Twitter
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