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UPDATE: Police Locate Vulnerable Adult

54 year old Juanito "Johnny" Huff 54 year old Juanito "Johnny" Huff

UPDATE FROM SPD:

 

 

Juanito "Johnny" Huff was located in Moses Lake by Moses Lake Police. 

 

 

PREVIOUS COVERAGE - Spokane Police Department Press Release: 

Spokane Police along with the Washington State Patrol and the Moses Lake Police Department are searching for a developmentally disabled adult male – 54 year old Juanito "Johnny" Huff.  Huff is a Spokane resident who was reported missing this morning.  He believed to be in the Moses Lake area.

Huff is described as:

  *   5' 3" tall
  *   120 lbs.
  *   He has gray hair and green eyes
  *   He was last seen wearing a black coat, burgundy pants and carrying a green duffel bag, blue backpack and small black suitcase.  He may also be wearing a Seahawks baseball cap.

Anyone with information on Huff's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.

 

 

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