Police look for Everett man, who may be in danger

EVERETT — Police are asking for help finding a missing Everett man who may be a danger to himself and others.

Todd Patrick Caudle, 49, was last seen Wednesday night in the 4800 block of Glenwood Avenue.

Caudle has a long history of mental health problems and is not used to being away from home or the hospital, said officer Aaron Snell, Everett police spokesman.

Caudle is described as white, 6-foot and 200 pounds. He has blue eyes and light-brown wavy hair. He was last seen wearing a tan sweatshirt with “Miami” written on the front, black jeans and black shoes.

If someone sees him, they should call police at 425-257-8450, Snell said. They should not approach him.

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