Police ask public for help to find missing Detroit man

Charles E. Ramirez
The Detroit News

Detroit Police are asking for the public’s help to find a 48-year-old man who disappeared Sunday.

Raymond Malory was last seen in the area of Greenfield and Fenkell roads, where his wife, Deshawna Malory, had dropped him off for work at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, she said.

“I dropped him off there so he could catch a bus to 9 Mile and Southfield where he cleans an office building on the weekends,” said Deshawna Malory, Malory’s wife of seven years. “No one in our family and no one who we know has heard from him since then. It’s not like him. He’s never done something like this before.”

He is in good physical and mental health and was wearing a red T-shirt and gray shorts the last time he was seen, police said.

His wife said Malory lost his main job cleaning vehicles for a transportation company a few days before he went missing.

Anyone with information about Malory or his whereabouts should call the Detroit Police at (313) 596-5600.


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