Greeley police ask for help in finding missing at-risk adult

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(Photo: Greeley Police Department)

(Photo: Greeley Police Department)

(Photo: Greeley Police Department)

GREELEY, Colo. — Greeley police are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing at-risk adult who ran away from his foster home.

Demirel “Damon” Levigne, 19, ran away from his Greeley home on Tuesday.

He was last seen in the area of 71st Avenue and 20th Street where he was trying to hitchhike, said Greeley police spokesman Steve Nelson.

“Damon likes to frequent 24 hour businesses such as Wal-Mart and grocery stores where he likes to steal food and clothes,” Nelson said.

Levigne has Bi-polar disorder and has been off his prescribed medications. Nelson said he may become hostile.

Levigne has also been known to use marijuana and meth.

Nelson said Levigne knows how to hitchhike and “may use this skill to go to the Scottsbluff, Morrill or Lyman, Neb. areas.”

He may also try to go to Denver, or Castle Pines, where his parents live, Nelson said.

He’s been known to frequent Colfax Avenue near Colorado Boulevard.

Levigne is 5-feet-5 and about 155 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone who sees him should contact Greeley Police at 970-350-9572 or 970-350-9670.

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