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Jan. 15, 2014 -- Dow Jones special writer and IAPE member David Bird has been missing from his Millington, New Jersey home since Saturday, January 11th.

For those familiar with the area, David was last seen walking on foot in the area of the intersection of Northfield Road and Long Hill Road. Due to a medical condition, he may act confused or disoriented. He is not dangerous.

"He advised his wife he was going out for a short walk, he left his cellphone and charger and he has never returned," Long Hill Township Police Chief Michael Mazzeo told 1010 WINS. "We're out trying to gather as much intelligence through his computer, through his cellphone, through information provided by his wife, family and friends."

David is 6'1" and 200 pounds with grey hair and blue eyes. At the time of his disappearance he was wearing a bright red jacket with two yellow zippers in the front and blue jeans.

Please call Long Hill, NJ police at 908-647-1800 with any leads or information.

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