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Overland Park police say man who couldn’t be found after doctor’s appointment has been found safe

Overland Park police were looking for Bobby Ray Blair.

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Overland Park police say missing man Bobby Ray Blair has been found safe.

He was reported Thursday after he went missing after a doctor’s appointment. He was brought to the metro from St. Joseph by a driving service and was dropped off around 9 a.m. in the 10700 block of Nall. When the driver returned to pick him up shortly before 11 a.m., he was unable to find him.

He was uninjured when found but taken to a local hospital because of his medical history. Police say foul play was not involved.

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Overland Park police are asking for help with finding a missing man, Bobby Ray Blair.

He was brought to the metro for a doctor’s appointment from St. Joseph by a driving service, and was dropped off around 9 a.m. in the 10700 block of Nall. When the driver returned to pick him up shortly before 11 a.m., he was unable to find him.

Police say he has health issues and needs medications, making it urgent that he’s found. The 56-year-old man is 5’11″, 180 pounds, with long brown hair to his shoulders and a mustache. He was wearing black pants, a red plaid shirt with a black jacket, and grey house slippers.

He has tattoos of “Bob” on one of his wrists and “Brenda” on his left forearm.

If you know where he is, please call the Overland Park Police Department at (913) 895-6300.