Home Health Silver Alert canceled for the 77-year-old Phoenix man with dementia

Silver Alert canceled for the 77-year-old Phoenix man with dementia

PHOENIX – A Silver Alert was canceled Friday after a 77-year-old man with rebellious dementia showed up at his relative's home after being missing for more than 24 hours.

(MCSO photo)

Ausencio Lopez Rivera was reported missing after being seen at his home near 109th Avenue and Indian School Road around 9am Thursday.

The notice was canceled around 02:00 Friday.

He has been described as a 5 foot 3 man with gray hair and brown eyes. He also has a 3-inch scar along his right cheek.

Rivera was last seen in a black baseball cap with a logo, a black pullover with a hooded sweatshirt, a red shirt, blue jeans and gray New Balance tennis shoes.

The authorities issued another Silver notice for Roberto Velazquez, 83, who was seen for the last time in the area of ​​streets 70 and Cambridge around 6:30 in the afternoon. Thursday.

He was described as a 5 foot 3 man with white hair, a full beard and brown eyes. It also has vitiligo, a disorder that causes skin to whiten.

Velazquez also has a medical condition that can cause him to seem confused or disoriented. It was last seen on foot.


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