He has no family, no home address and he's been missing for days. Baltimore County police are hoping the public can help find him.
Nathaniel Davis has been missing since Saturday. Police say he left the nursing home he lives at and never returned.
"He has all of his faculties, he doesn't have any physical handicaps, he doesn't have any mental handicaps he doesn't have any significant medical conditions," Jennifer Peach with the Baltimore County Police Department, told ABC2.
Davis went missing from the Summit Park Health and Rehabilitation Center in Catonsville Saturday.
Police say he's 66. Has no family. No known address. No driver's license. Not even a cell phone.
"The only friends that we know he has live right there at the nursing home," said Peach.
One resident said Davis had told her that he liked roaming the streets, alluding that maybe he had been homeless at one point. Police say Davis told someone over the weekend that he was planning to go to a Goodwill store along Baltimore National Pike; just a few miles from the center.
But there's no evidence he made it there. With no leads, police hope someone, somewhere has seen him and will speak up.
"What worries us is that we can't think of any good reason why he would not return home," said Peach.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to police.