Owyhee County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a Homedale man declared missing Friday.
Ronald Michael Delaney was last seen Jan. 29, and was expected to be home by Jan. 31. The sheriff’s office is seeking help from the public in locating him. Delaney was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, according to the sheriff’s office.
Delaney, 52, is 5 feet 10 inches tall, bald, with three gauges in his left ear. He has a tree frog tattoo on his left shoulder, several frog tattoos on his chest and a tiger tattoo on his left leg with the name “Pammy” on a ribbon, according to the sheriff’s office.
He was driving a teal 1995 Chevrolet extended cab pick-up truck with the license plate “2O 59356.” The pick-up also has, in pink lettering, the words “Johnny’s Oyster Farm” on it.
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If you have any information or have seen this man, call the sheriff’s office at 208-495-1154.