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Tampa man with Alzheimer's is missing; so is his friend


Alzheimer's patient missing

A 72-year-old Tampa man who has Alzheimer's disease and his 73-year-old friend have been missing since Thursday, police said. Joe Lewis Lock was last seen at 10 a.m. Thursday leaving his home at 3504 E 26th Ave. in a black 2006 Toyota Tundra pickup, tag number 991LEZ. He was with his friend, Hardy Fowler Jr. Lock, who is black, 6-feet-2, 240 pounds and bald and wore dark pants, a blue windbreaker with white stripes on the sleeves and a dark hat. Fowler, of 1508 E 127th Ave., is black, 6-feet-1 and 130 pounds, and was in jeans, a tan windbreaker and tan sandals. Call Tampa police at (813) 231-6130.

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