Police: WNY man with Parkinson's disease found safe, back home

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Michael Davis, 41, has been missing since 9 a.m. Tuesday. (Photo: NYS Missing Persons Clearinghouse)

UPDATED at 9:35 a.m.: Niagara Falls Police said Davis has been found safe.

Officers said he had been brought home alive, but did not have any additional information as to the circumstances under which he was found.


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Niagara Falls, N.Y. (WHAM) - A search is underway across western New York for a missing man from Niagara Falls.

Michael Davis, 41, has been missing since 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Police said Davis has Parkinson's disease and may appear to be disoriented and confused. He may also be in need of medical attention. He was wearing a gray jogging suit and white sneakers.

A description of Davis states he is 5'9" tall, weighs approximately 130 lbs., has brown hair and hazel eyes.

Davis was last seen on 18th Street in Niagara Falls. He drives a 2011 white Chevrolet Malibu with NY license plates FEN-3937.

Signs are up along all major highways in western New York with information about his car.

Anyone who may have information about Davis should immediately call the Niagara Falls City Police Department at (716) 286-4711 or 911.