Missing now for four days, the disappearance of an elderly Mossville man has his family fearing the worst tonight. As KPLC's Lee Peck reports, they hope someone can provide answers to his whereabouts.
It's not uncommon to see Clyde Hadnot walking the 3-mile stretch from Mossville to Westlake.
"Rain, sleet or snow... You got it he does it everyday," said Lisa Hadnot, Clyde's neice.
Lisa Hadnot says her 70-year-old uncle set out Friday afternoon around 2:15 for his daily walk but never returned.
"He claimed he was going to Westlake to the store to get him some sweet smell," said Lisa.
Family members say Clyde was last seen wearing blue jeans and a beige trench coat and hope it's enough to keep him warm. With some of the coldest nights on record in recent years, Clyde's brother is worried. He says Clyde suffers from dementia and autism and hasn't had his medication. According to Lisa, he would have called or got a ride.
"He has never done this before. Not hearing him in this many days," said Lisa.
Clyde is no stranger to the people in Westlake. In fact, the Conoco gas station here is one of his regular stops. It's also his last reported sighting.