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St. Petersburg police asking public's help finding missing man with Alzheimer's

ST. PETERSBURG — Police are looking for a 74-year-old man suffering from Alzheimer's disease who went missing Tuesday night.

Heliodoro Garcia, who speaks only Spanish and is hard of hearing, was last seen at his home at 2828 29th Ave. N.

He is described at 5 feet 5 inches, 125 pounds with gray hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a tan shirt and black Sketchers shoes.

He was carrying a small dark green bag with zipper and has two passports with him.

Garcia has gone missing before. Last time he was found in Pinellas Park.

Police ask anyone with information about Garcia's location to call (727) 893-7780

St. Petersburg police asking public's help finding missing man with Alzheimer's 05/11/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 4:00pm]
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