Help Is Needed Finding Missing Hudson Valley Man With Mental Illness
Police are hoping for help in finding a missing local man who has a mental illness and a history of drug abuse.
Scott C. Andrus, 28, of Kingston was reported missing on Thursday. He was last seen at his home on Tuesday wearing a blue long sleeve shirt. At the time, he complained about his living arrangements, his brother told police.
According to Scott’s brother, Andrus has a history of drug abuse and a mental illness.
Andrus lives on Elizabeth Street. He’s described as being a 5’10” 190 pound white man with brown hair and green eyes.
Anyone with information on Scott should call Kingston police at 845-331-1671 or email Det. Benjamin at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call the Kingston police tipline at 845-331-4499. All calls will be kept confidential.
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