Missing Age: 80 Years

Sex: Male

Height: 5′ 7″ – 5′ 8″ (67 – 68 Inches)

Weight: 140 – 150 lbs

Race / Ethnicity: White / Caucasian

Date of Last Contact: February 6, 2021

NamUs Case Created: February 9, 2021

Location: Ada, Oklahoma 74820

County: Pontotoc County

Missing From Tribal Land: Yes

Primary Residence on Tribal Land: Yes

Circumstances of Disappearance: Believed to have walked away from the residence on Friday 02/05/2021 or Saturday 02/06/2021. Unknown direction of travel. Ada Public Information Director Lisa Bratcher said Bobby Mills, who suffers from dementia, was reported missing from a residence in the 2800 block of Bowen Lane in the southeast portion of Ada. Authorities believe Mills probably left the home on foot. As of press time Friday, Mills had not been located, despite an extensive search of the area. Bratcher said that after Mills was reported missing Saturday, crews searched a 300-acre area near the residence using infrared and drone technology before nightfall, without success. Crews have continued to search, and were planning to use drone technology to search for Mills.

Physical Description

Hair Color: Gray or Partially Gray

Head Hair Description: brownish gray – very short/balding

Facial Hair Description: clean shaven previous to going missing

Eye Color: Blue

Scar/mark: Possible scar on the sternum area from an injury from years past. Family unclear if it is still visible. Scar just above the area of the heart. forehead

Clothing: Believed to have been wearing draw-string sleeping pants, house shoes, and a T-shirt unknown long or short sleeved. He may be wearing more but that is was he was wearing when last seen. May be wearing Wrangler jeans (or jean flannel pj pants), sweatshirt, brown corduroy house shoes, and gray felt cowboy hat.

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