Police seek help finding man who went missing in Costa Mesa

COSTA MESA — — Authorities requested for public aid Sunday to discover a 67-year-old man with cognitive and memory problems that went missing in Costa Mesa.

Douglas Kenyon last was seen on Saturday, according to Costa Mesa authorities. Kenyon’s lorry was detected in the location of the San Diego (405) freeway as well as State path 133.

December 3, 2018 Kenyon is white. He stands 5 feet 8 inches tall and also considers about 140 extra pounds. He has blue eyes, gray hair and a gray beard.

He last was seen wearing gray sweatpants, a gray coat and also white, orange and blue beanie that states Hoag Hospital on it, cops said.

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