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Spokane County Sheriff's Office looking for missing man

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If you have seen Paul Pruczinski or know of his location, you are asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233. If you have seen Paul Pruczinski or know of his location, you are asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.
SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. - The Spokane County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help finding a missing 46-year-old man who was last seen near Holy Family Hospital on Sunday. 


Paul Pruczinski lives with his parents in Spokane Valley, but has not been seen or heard from since Sunday, June 14. 


Pruczinski has medication for schizophrenia, but he may not be taking them. Deputy Mark Gregory said Pruczinski is not known to be violent, but he functions a a teenage level and has been fearful of law enforcement in the past. 


Pruczinski is 6'0", 215 pounds with blue eyes and black hair. He wears glasses and was last seen wearing a red t-shirt, black jeans and black shoes. 


If you see Paul Pruczinski or know where he is located, call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.

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