Local authorities are asking for help from the general public in locating a missing man with dementia "and directional challenges".  Lawn enforcement from St. Louis County and the Cloquet Police Department are conducting the search for Harry Hart - a  middle-age male who was last seen leaving his residence this morning (September 20) on Crosby Road at 7:00 AM.

Hart was expected to make a planned stop at the Kwik Trip on North Road and Highway 33.  He never came back.  Details released by our news partners at WDIO-TV suggest that the police believe he "may have stopped at the Holiday Gas Station in Moose Lake at 10:00 AM".

Law enforcement authorities have released a surveillance photo of Harry Hart to help with identification.

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From the information gathered from all of the cooperating law enforcement agencies, Hart is described as driving a 2012 Chrysler 200 "that is maroon in color and has [Minnesota] plates BXU 981".

Here are some additional identifying features for Harry Hart:

  • Sex:  Male
  • Ethnicity:  White
  • Height:  5' 10"
  • Weight:  220 pounds
  • Hair:  Balding, grey
  • Beard:  Full beard, that's grey or white
  • Eyes: Blue
  • Clothing:  Blue shirt that appears to have white markings on it, grey shorts

If you have seen Harry Hart or have any information to provide to the authorities conducting the search, you're asked to contact 911.  Additionally, you can call the Carlton County Non-Emergency number:  218-384-4185.  You can also send a message to the Cloquet Police Department's social media page, or you can send an anonymous tip by texting "Tip CloquetPD" followed by your message to 888777.

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