Urgent appeal for man suffering from Alzheimer’s who’s been missing for two days

A 49-year-old man with Alzheimer’s has now been missing from Acton for more than two days and police are becoming increasingly concerned.

James Daniel, 49, was last seen at 1pm on 18 August in Acton but is known to frequent Ealing.

James is known to disability support charity Mencap – who have been urgently appealing to anyone with information.

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In a tweet the charity wrote: “He has learning disabilities and Alzheimer’s, so may be scared, confused and not his normal self.

“May approach local shops/food outlets to try and get something to eat.

A photo of James Daniel shared by disability charity Mencap

“All very concerned as police have not yet been able to find him…No firm sightings so desperately worried for his safety…thank you to everyone who has shared and is keeping him in their thoughts.”

James Daniel was possibly last seen yesterday morning at 7.30am boarding bus 247 from near Ealing Hospital towards Acton, but this has not been confirmed by police.

On some appeals on social media people are using the name ‘James David’, however Ealing Police have used James Daniel.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to to call police on 101 and quote reference CAD 6264/18AUG.

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