PD: 37-year-old man went missing from group home in Rocky Hill - WFSB 3 Connecticut

PD: 37-year-old man went missing from group home in Rocky Hill

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Montague “Monty” Anderson is missing. The Rocky Hill Police Department released this photo of him. Montague “Monty” Anderson is missing. The Rocky Hill Police Department released this photo of him.
ROCKY HILL, CT (WFSB) -

Police are searching for a missing 37-year-old man from Rocky Hill.

Montague “Monty” Anderson was last seen on Monday at the private group home, which is located at 44 Little Oak Ln., around 9 p.m., according to police.  

Police said Anderson receives “living assistance,” however he was able to leave home after notifying staff members.

However, police said Anderson did not notify staff members before leaving the home on Monday night.  Police added Anderson “is not known to leave the facility without making proper notifications.”

Anderson has “a mild intellectual disability and takes medication for psychological conditions,” police said.

Anderson works for CW Resources in New Britain, however police said he has not arrived at his place of employment.

Police said that Anderson has not made contact with his family in Hartford.

Anderson is being described as 5’7” and weighs 158 pounds with distinct hazel colored eyes, black receding hair, scruffy beard and mustache and a thin build.  He was wearing a gray bubble style down jacket and a gray knit style winter hat at the time of his disappearance.

Police said a missing person and Silver Alert broadcast has not been issued for Anderson.

Anyone with any information about Anderson’s whereabouts is asked to call the Rocky Hill Police Department at 860-258-7640.

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