Elderly man with dementia found after being reported missing from South Chicago

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George Robbins | Chicago Police

Police announced Monday that an 83-year-old man with dementia who was missing from the South Chicago neighborhood has been found.

George Robbins had last been seen about 7 p.m. Saturday near 83rd Street and Yates Boulevard, according to Chicago Police.

He was located by Monday afternoon.

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