MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities in St. Paul say they found a man with Alzheimer’s disease after he went missing Monday evening.
The St. Paul Police Department said late Tuesday morning that 83-year-old Napoleon “Napo” Alvarado had been located and was in the process of being checked out of a local hospital.
Earlier in the morning, officials had asked the public’s help in locating him, saying that Alvarado suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and walked away from a group home Monday on the 100 block of George Street East.
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Source: CBS Minnesota