Camden man, 70, with dementia, missing from west London hospital

PUBLISHED: 09:13 31 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:13 31 October 2017

Frederick Berry, 70, who suffers from dementia, went missing on Monday from a west London hospital. Picture: MET POLICE

Frederick Berry, 70, who suffers from dementia, went missing on Monday from a west London hospital. Picture: MET POLICE


A 70-year-old Camden man with dementia has been reported missing after leaving a west London hospital.

Frederick Berry hasn’t been seen since about 4.35pm on Monday, October 30.

He is described as white with a bald, closely shaven head, around 5’ 8” and of stocky build.

He was last seen wearing a red hooded plastic rain jacket with an Arsenal logo, with black stripes down the sides, and a blue sleeveless vest underneath. He was also wearing khaki green shorts and navy slippers.

He has tattoos on his arms and chest and wears a large heavy chain necklace.

A Met spokewoman said: “Mr Berry can only be mobile for around 10 minutes before needing to take a rest. He walks with a distinctive shuffle. He suffers memory loss and diabetes and requires daily medication he does not have with him.”

Police are asking anyone who sees Mr Berry or knows his whereabouts to call 101.

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