Bremerton Police issue missing person alert for 76-year-old man

BPD: Casey M Brace walked away from Claremont Senior Living Sunday and has not been seen since

The Bremerton Police Department issued a missing person alert Monday for 76-year-old Casey M. Brace.

According to BPD, Brace has been staying in a senior living center in Bremerton but most recently walked away from the facility on Aug. 18. He has not been seen since and is currently not answering his cell phone. A ping attempt indicated the phone had been turned off or its battery had been dead for at least 24 hours.

Brace was last seen at Claremont Senior Living in Bremerton, which is where his car was parked. BPD stated that Brace had talked about going to Port Ludlow and Seattle, and he may have used a network of friends for transportation.

Brace was last seen wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt and gray sweat pants, and may be in possession of an iPad. He has a malignant brain tumor and has had prior suicidal ideations, according to BPD. Brace also has a history of mini-strokes.

It is believed Brace left the living facility with no money or access to finances. He is described as a 6-1, 180-pound white male with brown hair and a large beard. If you have had contact with Brace, contact the Bremerton Police Department at 360-473-5220.

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