Massachusetts State Police continue to search for a missing and endangered man who disappeared this summer. MILTON ELDREDGE, 59, left his residence on Herrick Road in Blandford on June 20 and was last seen around 5:30 p.m. that same day walking on Route 23 in Blandford, several miles from his home. His loved ones reported him missing the next day.

Mr. ELDREDGE has lived a large part of his adult life as a homeless person in and around Northampton. He lived in Blandford with his domestic partner and has a close family member in Ware. A western Massachusetts resident, he also has, at points in his life, spent time in central and eastern Massachusetts. He once lived at a residential rehabilitation facility in Westborough and at one time also lived in Marlborough.

Mr. ELDREDGE is white, about 5’10” tall and 190 lbs., with blonde/gray hair and blue eyes. He wore a pony tail at the time of his disappearance. He has a tattoo of a crescent moon on the outside of his left forearm, near his wrist.

Thus far, checks of shelters and other locations with which Mr. ELDREDGE has previously been associated have not turned up any information. All members of the public are asked to keep his description in mind when out and about on daily activities. Workers at homeless shelters, food pantries, and facilities providing medical/psychiatric care are asked to pay special notice to his description. He did not take his medications with him when he disappeared, and had no phone, car, or money.

Anyone with information about MILTON ELDREDGE or anyone who thinks they see him is asked to immediately contact the Massachusetts State Police Barracks in Russell at 413-862-3312.


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