DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (PBSO Advisory) — George Lioulas was last seen at his residence of 7084 Demedici Circle, Delray Beach. George left his home driving the family’s 2006 gray Saab 9-3, bearing Florida license plate “SAMIAN”.
George’s date of birth is 6/09/38. Hehas grey hair and mustache. Clothing description is unknown.
George has several medical conditions including a recent stroke which affects his communication ability. He was diagnosed with dementia approximately 5 months ago.
PBSO considers him to be a Missing/Endangered adult.
If anyone should come into contact with George Lioulas they are urged to contact 688-3400 or the nearest law enforcement agency.
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