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Police Searching For Elderly Man With Dementia

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Police in Cherry Hill, NJ are looking for an elderly male after he left the Alaris Health Care Center, located on Brace Road around 5:30pm on Saturday.

Victor Godoy was last seen making a right onto Brace Rd North towards the Rt. 70/Kings Highway Intersection.  Further investigation shows that around 8:00pm Godoy was seen at A & S Pizza location at 1400 N. Kings Highway.

Godoy is described as a white male, 77-years-old, 5'7" and 160 pounds, with brown eyes and grey hair.  He was last seen wearing blue jeans, grey sweatshirt, a tan coat and brown boots.

Godoy suffers from dementia and needs medication.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Cherry Hill Police Department at 856-488-7828.

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