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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Richmond Police said that Otis Holmes has been found safe. Details will be released soon.

The police released a new photo Wednesday of a man that went missing last week who suffers from dementia.

Otis L. Holmes, 48, of Chamberlayne Avenue, was last seen Friday afternoon near Meadow and West Main streets, police said.

Police described Holmes as a black male with gray hair, approximately 5’5” tall and weighing about 170 pounds. His family calls him by the nickname of “Blackie,” police added.

Anyone who sees Mr. Holmes is asked to call Richmond Police at 804-646-5100 or Detective Steve Kendell at 646-3378.

Otis Holmes was last seen in the area of Meadow and West Main streets Friday afternoon. (PHOTO: Richmond Police)