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Update:  November 10, 2017 -- Mr. Reyes has been found safe in Long Beach by the Long Beach Police. Following a medical evaluation by paramedics, he has been reunited with his family.

By Miriam Raftery

November 9, 2017 (Santee)—The Sheriff seeks public help to locate Ralph Solis Reyes Sr., 91.  He suffers memory loss and is considered at risk. He left his Santee residence in a red 4-door 1999 Chevrolet Metro with CA license 4F#X016.

 His son, Ralph Reyes Jr.,  says he called his father on his cell phone around noon and that his father said he was somewhere in San Diego heading to a medical appointment, however he didn’t have a medical appointment.

His cell phone is now turned off or not working, and no one has heard from him since.  There is no other family in town.  He  takes medications and suffers from memory loss, but has not gone missing before.

He is Hispanic, around 5 feet 4 inches tall, 125 pounds, has short gray hair and brown eyes. He wears eyeglasses and may have on a baseball cap. It is unknown what clothing he was wearing when he went missing.

If you see him please call 911 and reference  San Diego Sheriff’s missing persons case #17158729, and forward any information to Deputy C. Hill,l Santee Sheriff’s Station, (619)956-4000.

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