Henry Groeneveld went missing from his home in Snohomish on Monday. (Groeneveld family)

Henry Groeneveld went missing from his home in Snohomish on Monday. (Groeneveld family)

Police looking for leads in case of missing Snohomish man

Henry John Groeneveld, 63, was last seen on Monday, when he said something about going to “the river.”

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