ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A Silver Alert has been issued for two New Mexico men Tuesday.
Officials say 85-year-old Avon Flaniken and 75-year-old William Buchanan are missing.
Flaniken was last seen Sunday in Farmington in a white Ford Ranger around Zuni Drive.
Police say Flaniken suffers from dementia.
If you have any information on him, please call Farmington Police Department at (505) 334-6622.
Also, police are searching for Buchanan who was last sen at 20 Moonglow Casa Arena Blanca Nursing Center.
He was seen wearing tan pants and a plaid shirt.
Police say he has a history of Alzheimers.
If you have any information on Buchanan, please call Alamogordo Police Department at (575) 439-4300.
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