UPDATE: Jim Price reported as missing; Search party will seek clues
Update Sept. 21
Missing now since Monday Sept. 18, the whereabouts of Pigeon Point resident Jim Price are still unknown. In hope of finding him or at least gathering clues a search party is forming at 2pm Thursday at the Delridge Community Center 4501 Delridge Way SW. Alternatively you can search on your own for him and ask those in the area if they might have seen him. He's been known to walk to The Senior Center at Oregon/California, West Seattle Food Bank on 35th and Morgan Street ,The Fauntleroy-Vashon Ferry Dock.
Again he is is 86 years old, stands 5' 10", weighs 124 pounds, gray hair, blue eyes. He wears glasses and has a crooked walk. He was last seen wearing a blue ski jacket with no hood and blue or black jeans.
Original Post Sept. 20
James (Jim) Price, has been missing since 7pm Monday night when he left his house on foot after an argument with his wife.
A Silver Alert has been issued by the Washington State Patrol.
He is a resident of Pigeon Point and was last seen in the 3600 block of 22nd Ave SW. wearing a blue ski jacket with no hood and blue or black jeans.
He has his wallet with ID and an Orca card but no cash or credit cards. Police are aware but there are no further reports at this time.
He is 86 years old, stands 5' 10", weighs 124 pounds, gray hair, blue eyes. He wears glasses and has a crooked walk.
He has hearing issues and undiagnosed dementia. He does use public transportation.
If seen call 911.