***UPDATE***
Rafael Naranjo-Rios was found SAFE. He was returned to family. Kennewick Police received a call reporting the Alzheimer's patient was in Kennewick looking for directions to get back to Pasco.

Pasco Police are asking for your assistance to locate a missing elderly man who's an Alzheimer's patient.

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83-year old Rafael Naranjo-Rios went missing this morning (Wednesday) from the 1900 block of West Jay Street in Pasco. It's near 20th and I-182.

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Mr. Naranjo-Rios has wandered off before and in all directions. So, he could be anywhere.

He speaks Spanish and believes that he needs to go to work. Naranjo-Rios is 5-feet tall, weighs 147 pounds, and is bald. He was last seen wearing black pants and brown work boots. He may be wearing a hat.

If you see Rafael Naranjo-Rios, please contact Pasco Police at 509-628-0333.

Remember, he's been found in all directions from his home. Last December, a bus driver found Rafael near Court Street and Road 64.

Please keep your eyes open for Rafael. We'd like to see him get back home safely.

I have family that has disappeared for a few hours and the helpless feeling is gut-wrenching. Let's work together as a community and help Police find Rafael.

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