Everett police seek missing man with Alzheimer’s

They say he has an attachment to Mukilteo Beach by the ferry terminal.

Have you seen Everett man Rick Metzger, who went missing early Monday? He has a shaggy beard and walks with a limp, police said. (Everett Police Department)

Have you seen Everett man Rick Metzger, who went missing early Monday? He has a shaggy beard and walks with a limp, police said. (Everett Police Department)

EVERETT — Everett police are asking for help finding a missing man with Alzheimer’s disease.

Rick Metzger, 65, walked away from his home around 4 a.m. Monday in the 10700 block of Evergreen Way, according to Everett police.

“Metzger has an attachment to Mukilteo Beach by the ferry terminal, so he may try to make his way there,” police wrote in a press release Tuesday night.

He’s 5-foot-10, about 220 pounds, with white hair and hazel eyes. He was last seen wearing a dark jacket and khaki pants. He was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

If you see him, call 911.

Talk to us

More in Local News

Monroe woman missing since Tuesday, says sheriff’s office

Kenna Harris, 25, was last seen leaving her family’s home and was reportedly on her way to Walmart.

Tyler Chism was diagnosed with COVID-19 and is currently cleared, by CDC standards, but chooses to remain indoors at home on March 20 in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Gallery: Life in Snohomish County as coronavirus takes hold

A collection of images by our staff photographers from our COVID-19 coverage over the past month.

Closed Edmonds car lot dodged hundreds of thousands in taxes

For years, Kero’s Auto Brokers greatly underreported its sales, and how much it owed the state.

Watch Gov. Jay Inslee’s Thursday news conference here

He will be joined by state health officials to give an update on the coronavirus response.

Victims of 2 Snohomish County homicides are identified

In unrelated cases, a man died of a gunshot in Lynnwood, and an Everett landlord died of blunt-force trauma.

Final farewells continue, but few are allowed to say goodbye

Rules for funerals limit attendees to immediate family. In Darrington, a memorial tradition is on hold.

Watch Gov. Jay Inslee’s Wednesday news conference here

He is expected to discuss the need for manufacturers to provide personal protective equipment.

School supplies: 64,380 gloves, 1,575 masks for PPE drive

Districts dig into supply closets to help frontline workers. Others pitch in, too.

Get comfortable: Governor extends stay-home order to May 4

As in other states, demand for intensive health care due to COVID-19 is expected to peak later in April.

Most Read