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Police need public's help to find missing man who suffers from dementia

Police are seeking the public's help to find a man who suffers from dementia who has been missing from his Cedar Park home since Tuesday.

Police need public's help to find missing man who suffers from dementia

Police are seeking the public's help to find a man who suffers from dementia who has been missing from his Cedar Park home since Tuesday.

Robert Jean-Louis, 63, was last seen yesterday wearing a white button-down shirt, navy-blue khaki pants, black dress shoes and black sunglasses, and was carrying an olive-green suitcase. He has salt-and-pepper hair, brown eyes, weighs 150 pounds and is 5 feet 10.

Jean-Louis, who is fluent in English, French and Haitian-Creole, lives on 50th Street near Springfield Avenue in West Philadelphia's Cedar Park neighborhood. He suffers from dementia and walks with a slight limp, according to investigators.

Police said Jean-Louis may frequent the area of 50th Street and Baltimore Avenue.

Anyone with information on Jean-Louis' whereabouts should contact the Southwest Detective Division at 215-686-3183 or 215-686-3184.

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