i8LHzh8Joseph McWalters, a 65-year-old man, was last seen on Thursday morning and police are asking for help in finding him.

We received he following alert on Friday night from the Office of Emergency Management:

A Silver Alert has been issued for Joseph McWalters, a 65-year-old white male from West 100th Street and Central Park West in Manhattan. The missing is bipolar and has high blood pressure, and may be in need of medical attention.

Description: 5’8″ tall, 140lbs, light complexion with short white hair. Wearing a black vest, blue pants, and brown shoes.

Last Seen: West 100th Street and Central Park West at approximately 8:45AM on Thursday, February 26.

If you see the missing person, please call 9-1-1.

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    1. Brett Mann says:

      thursday was the 25th, not the 26th. friday was the 26th. so was he last seen thursday morning or friday morning?

    2. Anon says:

      @Brett, either way if you see him call 911.

    3. lynn says:

      He’s been missing since Thursday.

    4. kbmc says:

      Exactly, what difference does it make? he’s missing and if anyone sees him they should call 911. Some people really are miserable and have nothing better to do than correct every tiny mistake they see others make. Get a life.

    5. Brett Mann says:

      i wasn’t “correcting a tiny mistake”, jackass.

      if someone was out in that vicinity thursday morning but not friday morning… or vice versa… and could tap into their memory bank, it would be important to know the difference. knowing the correct DAY OF THE WEEK might trigger a memory of having seen him if you were in the vicinity THAT MORNING.

      not everyone’s mind is as flawless and clear as yours, troll. you might consider putting it to better use instead of accusing without knowing intent.

    6. leon says:

      This is what I love about this newsletter. Even a blurb about a missing person can unleash a fight in the comments section. Keep doing you, UWS!!

    7. UWS4Life says:

      Agreed Leon, but I have to agree with Brett Mann on this one.