the 86-year-old Einar has been missing its Thursday, and police are now asking the public for help in the search.
In a press release, informs The Police that he went from his residence at the care centre Trongårdsbakken in Vejby, Thursday at 21. 30.
'When he is still not found, calls the police, once again the citizens to look for Einar in the gardens, carports, sheds and other places where he was likely to have sought shelter,' says.
the Police have tried in vain to find the man with the dogs, the drone and the manual search of the cops.
'He is known for both to be able to get about on their own, but also easy to fall into conversation with others. He may have gotten a lift from a motorist who may have seen him walking along a road and on the way has been come farther away than first thought. Therefore calls on the north Zealand Police also citizens outside of north Zealand to look after him.'
Einar is described as follows:
'He is demented, and described in addition, 175-180 cm tall, with short hair, glasses and a pear-shaped body. As he walked he was wearing the checkered shirt and long pants.'
the Police can be contacted at 114.