UPDATE: Mr. Rosenwater was found safely in Kendall.
On Friday, October 14, 2011, at approximately 4:00 pm, Mr. Gerald Rosenwater traveled with his aide to Costco, located at 17800 Congress Ave, Boca Raton. Once they arrived at Costco, Mr. Rosenwater refused to get out of the car so the aide allowed him to stay in the car. The aide left the car and air conditioning running while she went into Costco. Approximately 15 minutes later, the aide left Costco and found Mr. Rosenwater and the car were gone. Mr. Rosenwater has not been seen or heard from since.
Mr. Rosenwater, DOB: 11/15/30, is 5’07”, 155 lbs, has gray hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a purple polo shirt, khaki pants, shoes and glasses. He is driving a 1998 Black Lexus ES300. Tag unknown.
Mr. Rosenwater was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s 4 years ago and has not driven since. He takes several medications for the disease.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office considers Mr. Gerald Rosenwater a Missing/Endangered Adult.
If anyone should come into contact with Mr. Rosenwater they are urged to contact PBSO Dispatch at 688-3400 or the nearest law enforcement agency.
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