Missing 78-year-old man with dementia located

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78-year-old Jerry Washington was last seen Friday in Englewood. | Chicago Police

Police have located a 78-year-old man with dementia who was last seen Friday afternoon when he was dropped off at a CTA station in the South Side Englewood neighborhood.

Jerry Washington was last seen about 4:30 p.m. at the 63rd Street Red Line station, on his way to the main post office in the Loop, according to a Chicago Police missing person alert.

Police announced Sunday evening that Washington had been located, but provided no additional information.

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