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Manhattan woman seeking help in finding husband

Published on -9/19/2013, 11:11 AM

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -- An assistant professor at Kansas State University is asking for the public's help to locate her husband, who hasn't been seen since Sept. 2.

Kelly Welch, with the university's Department of Family Studies and Human Services, posted on Twitter Tuesday night that her husband, Dave Welch, has not had his medication and might be suffering from dementia.

The Manhattan Mercury reports (http://bit.ly/1gCFHOL ) he was driving a maroon 2000 Pontiac Montana with the Kansas tag number 577 FLR when he was last seen.

Riley County Officer Matthew Droge says police determined Dave Welch was not a crime victim and he had not done anything illegal by leaving. His name has been added to a national law enforcement database for missing people.

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Information from: The Manhattan (Kan.) Mercury, http://www.themercury.com

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