South Bay News
San Jose police looking for elderly at-risk man
SAN JOSE -- Police in San Jose are trying to find an elderly at-risk man who disappeared from a care home Friday morning.
Thomas Dottore, 80, was last seen at the care home where he lives in the 2000 block of Forest Avenue at about 11 a.m., police said.
He uses a wheelchair but can move around without it and the chair was left at the care facility. He suffers from dementia and diabetes.
Police searched the area around the home for Dottore, alerted local law enforcement and checked hospitals and transit agencies but have been unable to find him.
He is described as a white man, 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 147 pounds. He was last seen wearing a blue sweater and white shoes.
He wears glasses and a wristband with his name and other information on it, police said.
Anyone with information about Dottore has been asked to call 911.
missing person, san jose, SJPD, south bay news
- Four people in the South Bay die due to cold weather 16 min ago
- World mourns death of Nelson Mandela
- Audit finds BART police make progress in reforms
- Shelter-in-place advisory lifted for Pittsburg residents
- Man suspected of throwing 2 cats into bay arrested 20 min ago
- Security guard captures driver who hit cop
- Holiday Heroes event to help children in need
- Craigslist ad asks to rent family for Christmas
- Bay Area family competing in national Christmas light competition
- Photos: Record low temperatures freeze the Bay Area
- GET FREE STUFF: Dog bow tie; makeup 3 min ago
- abcnews: 5 unexpected facts about Nelson Mandela
- roundup: Teen struck in crosswalk; EPA shooting
- weather: Bay Area weather forecast for Friday
- Meet this week's Perfect Pet
59 min ago