Police in Montrose seek missing man, 82

Montrose authorities are looking for an 82-year-old man who disappeared after a neighbor saw him leave his home late on the night of Oct. 20.

Police Chief Tom Chinn said investigators have no idea where Thomas Boylan Sr. might have gone and are following up on every lead.

Boylan was seen leaving his home on south Pythian Street about 10:30 p.m., driving a 1990 Chevrolet Suburban. He might have been wearing fleece-type plaid bottoms and a plaid shirt, police said.

Boylan is on heart medication but apparently left it behind in his home, and he left lights on the home, police said.

Boylan is 5 feet 10 inches, weighs 135 pounds and has gray hair and brown eyes. He usually wears a plaid shirt and is known to wear suspenders, white socks and black shoes.

His Chevrolet Suburban bears Colorado license plate number 540 PCP.

The Montrose Sheriff’s Department is looking for another missing man, Abade “Abe” Martinez.

Martinez, 52, was seen Aug. 2 near a relative’s home on 58.25 Road in Olathe. The Sheriff’s Department, which has conducted previous searches, is planning another ground search Nov. 7, after the water is shut off to the canals.

Anyone with information about either man is asked to contact authorities at 970-252-4010, 970-252-4020 or 970-252-4021.


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