Missing 73 year old male with Dementia

King County Search and Rescue assisting Kirkland PD

John “Jack” L. Miller (08/07/39) of Woodinville walked away from the Life Care Center of Kirkland, 10101 NE 120th Street, today between 1:30 and 3:30 pm. Miller suffers from dementia and has only been at the Life Care Center for just over a week.

Miller is a white male, 73 years-of-age, 5’6”, thin build, approximately 160 pounds, blue eyes, balding gray hair, possibly some whiskers otherwise clean shaven. He wears glasses only for reading and may not have had them with him. He was last seen wearing a t-shirt (possibly long-sleeve), baggie blue jeans held up by a belt, bright yellow socks and white tennis shoes. He was not wearing a coat. He may have had a plastic ID bracelet on his wrist. Miller has no wallet, no money or credit cards, no ID and no phone with him. He also has a tattoo on his left arm from when he was in the Navy. The design is unknown.

Miller is expected to be aware of his name and the date (day and month but not year), but not his surroundings or the situation. He has mentioned wanting to “ride the rail” to DC to speak with President Obama. Miller used to go to The Cook House and Mi Tierra in Woodinville. He is a smoker and has not had a cigarette in two weeks. Family members stated that it would not be unexpected for him to ask someone for a cigarette. Kirkland PD Patrol Officers, Detectives and King County Search and Rescue volunteers are currently searching for Mr. Miller. Please contact the Kirkland Police Department or call 911 if you have information on John Miller.

For more information about the incident, please contact Lieutenant Mike Murray, Kirkland Police
Department, at 425-587-3402 or mmurray@kirklandwa.gov.