LEETONIA Police continue search for missing ex-educator

The police chief said there are no clues as to the man's whereabouts.
LEETONIA -- Police continue their search for Joe Driscoll, 76, of 20 Robinson St., who has been missing since Oct. 20.
Chief John Soldano asks anyone with information about Driscoll or his missing vehicle to contact police immediately.
Soldano said he has contacted area hospitals several times, and there have been a few leads from phone calls. He said, unfortunately, some people who may have offered helpful information called days later.
Driscoll, a former teacher and retired Lisbon schools superintendent, was last seen about 5 p.m. Oct. 20 when he left the Elks Lodge on Main Street.
Headed home: Witnesses told police Driscoll seemed in good health and good spirits when he left the lodge. Driscoll told them he was going home, they said.
Soldano said police checked Driscoll's home, and there were no signs of a disturbance and no clues as to where he may have gone.
He said Driscoll lives alone, but two sisters check on him regularly. Police contacted two children who live out of the area, but they have not seen him, Soldano added.
Driscoll's van is a 1996 dark maroon Chrysler Town and Country. The license plate is Ohio registration 173WVB and has an insignia, WWII/514.
Anyone with information is asked to call Leetonia police at (330) 427-6731.