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News Release
James Kelly & Lulu
James Kelly & Lulu
UPDATE: 1 Found, 1 To Go (Photo) - 01/13/22

We have good news, but not great news. James Kelly has been found in the area of Northeast 28th and Glisan, and reunited with his family. However, his chihuahua Lulu is still missing. Our work is not done yet. Let's make this great news by bringing Lulu home. Anyone who finds Lulu (wearing a pink sweater) is asked to call animal control.



The Portland Police Bureau is asking for the help of the community in locating a missing person and his dog.

James Kelly left his home on the morning of January 12, 2022, to take Lulu, his Chihuahua, for a walk. Mr. Kelly’s phone was tracked to the area of Northeast 30th and Couch at around 4:30pm., before it died. Mr. Kelly is not familiar with this area and will most likely not be able to find his way home.

James Kelly is battling several health conditions, including a history of strokes, and has recently been exhibiting memory issues and confusion. James Kelley, 59, is described as a Caucasian male who is 5’7” tall and weighs 160 lbs. He was last seen wearing the same Navy shirt and gray pants and hat depicted in the photograph. He may also be wearing a black leather jacket. Lulu is wearing her pink sweater.

James Kelly is considered medically endangered. Anyone with immediate sightings should call 911. All other tips can be sent to missing@portlandoregon.gov.

Photograph: James Kelly & Lulu


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