Police praise ‘fantastic’ staff at Queensferry supermarket after helping elderly man with dementia
Officers from North Wales Police have praised the ‘fantastic’ staff at Asda in Queensferry after helping elderly man with dementia today.
Police say the 82 year old man wandered into the store and was ‘confused’
Two members of the Asda team looked after the pensioner giving him a sandwich.
Staff from McDonalds – which is inside the store – gave the man some coffee before they called police.
Posting a message of thanks on the forces North Flintshire Facebook page, a police spokesperson said:
“We would just like to thanks staff at Asda and McDonalds in Queensferry today who were fantastic.
Sarah and Jan from Asda took care of an 82 year old gentlemen with dementia who had wondered in to the store and was confused.
They gave him a sandwich and the kind staff at McDonalds gave him two coffees before contacting us.
We managed to locate his carer and the gentlemen was returned home safely.
It’s nice to be reminded of the good people in our community. Thank you.”
Thank you to the team in @asda Queensferry and to @NWPolice for their assistance in locating our missing gentleman and getting him home safely this afternoon ❤️ https://t.co/xfJvzeiSmU
— Hollybank Home Care Agency (@Hollybank_Care) February 5, 2020
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