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Police still searching for missing Niles man

NILES – The family of a city man who was last seen exiting Trumbull Memorial Hospital’s emergency room are asking for help in identifying his whereabouts.

Timothy D. Six Jr. of Niles has been missing since 2 p.m. Feb. 18. 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 white man, 6 feet tall, 285 pounds, and has 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.

In an email, his family noted that Six was seen walking down state Route 169 just past the cemetery mid-morning on Friday.

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.

Mycoskie lecture canceled for March

YOUNGSTOWN – A lecture by the founder of TOMS shoes as part of a series of Youngstown State University talks has been canceled.

Blake Mycoskie was scheduled to speak Tuesday in Stambaugh Auditorium. Mycoskie will be in Haiti for business and will not be able to attend the lecture, which was to be a part of YSU’s Paul J. and Marguerite K. Thomas Colloquium on Free Enterprise.