GLENDALE, AZ – Glendale police are asking for help finding for a man who has been missing for a week.
Michael Sean Grenley
Michael Sean Grenley, 41, has not been seen or heard from since he left his home near 75th Avenue and Deer Valley Road around 1 p.m. last Tuesday, Sgt. Brent Coombs with Glendale Police said.
Grenley has an ongoing medical condition that requires medication, Coombs said.
Coombs said Grenley was driving his Red Jeep Rubicon with Arizona License Plate 797-VZS.
Grenley is an avid off-road enthusiast, and may have driven to a remote area in his Jeep, Coombs said.
Glendale police are asking anyone with information on Grenley’s whereabouts to contact Glendale Missing Persons Detective Mario Sanchez at 623-930-3000.
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