Man missing from Elliot Hospital found safe in Derry

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Bob Corrigan walked away from Elliot Hospital, and police are concerned for his welfare.

UPDATE 6:30 p.m.: Manchester police report the missing person, Bob Corrigan, was located in Derry a short time after issuing the alert. He is safe.


MANCHESTER, NH — Police are asking the public’s assistance in locating Robert “Bob” Corrigan, age 69. Mr. Corrigan suffers from dementia and walked away from Elliot Hospital Sunday.  He needs to be returned to the Elliot for medical reasons, police said in a press release issued around 5 p.m. Sunday.

Mr. Corrigan is not from the Manchester area, has no cell phone, nor does he have means or transportation and does not have any identification on him. He is described as a white male, approximately 6 feet tall, 250 pounds, glasses, blue eyes, white hair.

Passport photo of Bob Corrigan.

He was last seen in the ER  parking lot of the Elliot wearing a light blue long sleeve shirt, black pants, and tan Sketchers sneakers. The photo above was taken of his at the Elliot Sunday afternoon. The additional phot8711o is an older passport photo.

There is also a concern for his wellbeing based on the current heat conditions. If anyone happens to see Mr. Corrigan, contact your local police department, or call Manchester Police at 668-8711.