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Update: Missing Man Last Seen in Downtown San Mateo Friday Evening

Morison walked away from the Cordilleras Center in Redwood City Friday afternoon.

Update: 7:45 p.m. Saturday

The man who went missing from the Cordilleras Center in Redwood City on Friday afternoon was last seen at 2nd and B streets in San Mateo at approximately 6:00 p.m. Friday.

The missing person is  a white male, Kenneth Morison, age 67, 5-foot 7-inches tall, 220 pounds, gray hair/beard wearing a blue and white jacket, red shirt, and blue jeans.

Anyone who believes they have spotted or located Morison is asked to call 9-1-1 immediately.

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10:05 p.m. Friday

According to the San Mateo Sheriff's Office command staff, cititzens near San Carlos are asked to help locate a missing person who walked away from the Cordilleras Mental Health Center at 200 Edmonds Rd. in Redwood City around 4:45 p.m. Friday.

The missing person is Kenneth Morison, age 67, 5-foot 7-inches tall, 220 pounds, gray hair/beard wearing white sweatshirt, blue jeans.

Anyone who believes they have spotted or located Morison is asked to call 9-1-1 immediately.

This information was provided by the SMC (San Mateo County) Alert System.

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Margaret Pye November 03, 2012 at 05:12 PM
Can you get us a real photo of the guy? Might be more useful for us to help look for him...
JDavis November 03, 2012 at 05:40 PM
Yes, I agree with Margaret in that a photo would definitely help. Additionally, couple of questions: 1) Why have there been multiple cases recently of folks leaving this facility? Shouldn't there be attention paid to prevention rather than expending so much time and energy trying to remedy situations that likely could have been prevented? (2) While I'm thankful for the County Alert System, why did it take several hours in between the time this guy went missing and the alert was sent to subscribers? Seems like time wasted. And, again, I refer to point #1. I saw the helicopter flying from 101 to 280 along Brittan last evening and wondered what had happened. I immediately thought of the recent high risk escapee and, sure enough, there was someone else from the same Center who went missing. In the meantime, it's quite unsettling to those who live in the area. An ounce of prevention...
Phil M November 03, 2012 at 07:51 PM
Also is there anything we need to know if we see this man? You might have some people who might try to approach him. Will this make him scared? I don't think they can share if he is suffering from a condition but they can at least ask to not approach the man. ________________________________________ Find a Military Friendly College, www.bestmilitaryfriendlycolleges.com
Nelly potter November 04, 2012 at 06:23 PM
MOVE CORDILLERAS TO THE R E A L CORDILLERAS IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE, F A R. F A R. F A R. A W A Y. FROM THE CITY WHERE CHILDREN, SENIORS, YOUNG AND ADULTS LIVE, KEEP US SAFE REDWOOD CITY. DOES THIS CITY REALLY NEEDS THIS STABLISHMENT HERE? RELOCATE AWAY FROM THE CITY TO -AGAIN- THE REAL CORDILLERAS MILES, MILES AWAY FROM THE CITY. NAME THE DAY AND HELP WILL COME RIGHT AWAY FOR THE GRANDIOSE MOVE! VAYA CON DIOS!

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