Family members are asking for the public's help in locating a Shelton man who hasn't been seen since Thursday.
The Mason County Sheriff's Office says William Warren Wright, 59, is most likely armed with a handgun/firearm and is suffering from severe Parkinson's disease and chronic depression.
Family members say sometime between 10 p.m. Thursday and and 6 a.m. Friday, Wright walked away from his home off Currie Way and Cole Road in Shelton.
They say it appears that he was on foot, because his vehicles were left at home.
He has not contacted coworkers, family, or friends. His cell phone has not returned information to cell towers since Thursday night and there has been no activity on his accounts.
He was reported missing to the Mason County Sheriff's Office (case 12-12989) on Friday Morning.
The Sheriff's Office sent out 2 tracking dogs and the State Patrol sent out a tracking plane, and Squaxin Island Tribal Police have been aiding in the search.
If you have any information you are asked to call the Mason County Sheriff's Office or Shelton Police Department.