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Police find missing Georgetown man

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James Bassett (source: Georgetown Police Department) James Bassett (source: Georgetown Police Department)

GEORGETOWN COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - The Georgetown Police Department announced on Facebook they found missing James Basset 

Bassett went missing from the South Island Assisted Living Center on South Island Road at approximately 4:45 a.m. Friday morning. Bassett is 89-years-old and he suffers from dementia. 

The GPD thanks the public for their help. 

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JUT IN : Picture on Georgetown's Facebook page

Breaking news: the Georgetown Police Department needs your help in locating James Bassett. He is missing from the South Island Assisted Living Center on South Island road. He is 89 years old and has been missing since 4:45 am. He suffers from dementia. Anyone with information should call 911. Thank you for your help.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/caringinourlifetime/#!/pages/Georgetown-Police-Department/157777324268310

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