GLENDALE, AZ - The Phoenix Police Department have found a missing Glendale man with dementia.
Glendale police say 68-year-old Wilfrido Moncayo-Cisneros was found Thursday afternoon by the Phoenix police in Phoenix.
Cisneros was slightly dehydrated, but was in good condition and is safe at home with family.
Police say Cisneros went missing Wednesday afternoon at a Walmart on 95th Avenue and Camelback Road.
According to police, Wilfrido’s normal routine is to be dropped off at the Walmart on 95th Avenue and Camelback where he hangs out around the supermarket, and then returns home on foot before dinner.
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