Family keeps searching for missing Niles man
NILES – The family of a city man who missing for more than a month say they are not giving up the search.
Timothy D. Six Jr. of Niles has been missing since leaving Trumbull Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Room in Warren at 2 p.m. Feb. 18. Someone reported seeing him mid-morning Feb. 21 walking down state Route 169 just past the cemetery, and no reports have been made since.
Six suffers from paranoid schizophrenia and has not taken his medication, a Warren police press release states, cautioning the public that Six may be a danger to himself as well as others.
Six is a described as a white male, 6 feet tall, 285 pounds, with green eyes and black hair as well as a beard and mustache. His family said that Six has a tattoo going down the majority of his left calf that spells “Lucy.” He also has a tattoo of the name “Leslie Ann” on his chest. He was last seen wearing a Pittsburgh Steelers hat, blue basketball shorts with white stripes on the side, a plain black T-shirt, white socks and white tennis shoes.
If anyone has information about Six, contact detective Patrick J. Marsico at 330-841-2722 or his mother at 727-288-3746, or father at 727-288-1340.