Elderly man missing from Northlake without medication

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Earnest H. Moore | Illinois State Police

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in finding an elderly man who hasn’t been heard from since leaving his home in west suburban Northlake earlier this week and is in need of medication.

Earnest H. Moore, 87, drove from Northlake to Morton Grove in a silver 2013 Buick LaCrosse about noon Monday, according to an alert from Illinois State Police.

He last made contact about 2 a.m. Tuesday, when he called and said he was lost and looking for directions home, the alert said.

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Missing man Earnest Moore left Northlake in a car like this one, police said. | Illinois State Police

Cellphone tower signals last showed him after 1 a.m. Wednesday near Brussels, Wisconsin — more than 215 miles north of Morton Grove.

Moore is described as a 5-foot-7, 180-pound white man with brown eyes who wears glasses and a hearing aid. He has a heart condition and has been without medication since Monday.

His car has a license plate number of 662762, police said.

Anyone with information should dial 911 or call Northlake police at (708) 531-5755.

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