Priest, 76, missing from Portage Park has been found

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Janusz Torbus | Chicago Police

A 76-year-old priestwho was reported missing Monday night from the Portage Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side has been found.

Janusz Torbus was last seen about 1:40 p.m. Monday at a Sears store at Irving Park Road and Cicero Avenue, according to Chicago Police.

Torbus worked as a priest in Poland, but was not a practicing priest in Chicago.

Torbus only speaks Polish and has been diagnosed with dementia. It was believed hemight have gotten on a CTA bus, andwould likely not have been able to find his way home, police said.

Police said about 9 p.m. Monday that Torbus had been found and returned home.

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