6:50 p.m. Update
Sacramento Police say Caesar was located safely Friday evening.
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— Sacramento Police (@SacPolice) January 18, 2020
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police are asking for the public’s help to locate a senior who left in his car on Thursday evening and hasn’t been seen since.
Around 5 p.m., 91-year-old Caesar Parada went missing in his car in the South Sacramento area, headed to an unknown destination, police say.He was not carrying a cell phone and could appear disoriented or confused.READ MORE: WATCH: Suspect Recorded Running From Hit-And-Run Crash Scene In Sacramento
He was last spotted around 5 a.m. in West Sacramento.
Parada is described as white, male, 5 foot 6 inches tall and weighs 135 pounds. It’s unknown what he was wearing at the time.
His vehicle is a grey 2003 Toyota Avalon 4-door with California license plate 5EPV718.MORE NEWS: 'Have A Plan To Get Out': New Survey Shows Several Greater Sacramento-Area Cities Have High Fire Risk
If you see Parada, you’re asked to call the Sacramento Police Department right away.
Please R/T and help us locate this at risk missing person: possibly lost in the Sacramento area.
Last night (1/16/20) Caesar Parada went missing in his car sometime after 5PM from the South Sacramento area. It is unknown where he may have been heading. pic.twitter.com/yzPtJDfV5t
— Sacramento Police (@SacPolice) January 17, 2020