Missing elderly Aurora man found safe

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Louis Ross | Chicago Police

An elderly man with short-term memory loss who went missing Sunday morning in the South Side Englewood neighborhood has been found.

Louis Ross, 83, left his home in west suburban Aurora about 9:10 a.m. and drove to Chicago, where he had last seen near the 6300 block of South Eggleston, according to a high-risk missing person alert from Chicago Police.

Police said Tuesday morning that Ross had been found safe and reunited with his family.

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