CPD looking for missing man Jerry Hicks, last seen at casino - Tucson News Now

CPD looking for missing man

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Officers are looking for your help in finding a missing Cincinnati man.

Jerry Hicks, 64, is missing.

Hicks was last seen at the Horseshoe Casino in downtown Cincinnati on Friday.

At that time he was wearing a black shirt and black pants. Police say Hicks walks with a limp and is usually wearing a baseball cap.

Hicks was driving a black Ford Fusion with an unknown Ohio temp plate. 

Officers say Hicks has heart disease and diabetes.

If you see him, contact Cincinnati Police Personal Crimes Unit at 513-352-6474.

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