Elderly man missing from Mount Greenwood

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Police issued an alert for an elderly man who went missing Wednesday from the Mount Greenwood neighborhood on the Southwest Side.

Robert McDonald, 85, was last seen near the intersection of 103rd Street and Albany, according to a statement from Chicago Police. McDonald may be driving a maroon Buick sedan with a license plate number of X925948, police said.

McDonald is a 6-foot, 205-pound white man, with gray and white hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion, police said. McDonald may be disoriented, police said.

He is known to frequent St. John Fisher Church, 10234 S. Washtenaw, and Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, 6001 W. 111st St. in southwest suburban Worth, police said.

Anyone with information should contact Area South detectives at (312) 747-8274.

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