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The Metropolitan Police Department need help finding Paul Lowe, he has been missing since yesterday afternoon and is in need of medication.
The Metropolitan Police Department need help finding Paul Lowe, he has been missing since yesterday afternoon and is in need of medication.

D.C. Police are asking the public for help finding a missing person. 35-year-old Paul Lowe was last seen yesterday afternoon leaving his home on the 400 block of Taylor Street, NE. Lowe is described as a light complexioned black man, about 6’2" and 175 pounds. He has a beard, brown eyes and a bald head. Lowe was last seen wearing a blue and white shirt, brown corduroy pants, and blue and white Nike sneakers. He may appear to be confused and is in need of medication. Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Paul Lowe is asked to call the Metropolitan police.

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