UPDATE: Mr. Gotlieb was found safely in Hollywood, Fl.
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Police throughout Florida are on the lookout for Irving Gotlieb who vanished from his home in Delray Beach on Friday.
According to police:
Irving Gottlieb left his home in the 4100 Block of W. Atlantic Avenue at approximately 10:07 am on Friday. Mr. Gottlieb suffers from Alzheimer’s and Dementia. He does not have a cell phone or any other means of communication. Mr. Gottlieb was last seen in his 2007 White Toyota Camry 4 door. The Camry has a Florida tag of J879WS.
Mr. Gottlieb has left the area before and was located in Melbourne, FL. Anyone with information on Mr. Gottlieb’s whereabouts should contact their local law enforcement agency or the Delray Beach Police Department at 561-243-7800.
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