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Chamel Cabrera, 74, is Missing...Again

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You may recall when last month the Phoenix Police Department asked for the public's help in tracking down 74-year-old Chamel Cabrera. Well, they found him -- and now he's missing...again.

For the second time in less than 30 days, the Phoenix P.D. needs your help in locating Cabrera, who suffers from Alzheimer's Disease and high blood pressure and needs daily medication.

Cabrera was last seen yesterday morning at the home of family members north of 35th Avenue and West Beardsley Road in Phoenix.

Cabrera could be in a bit of trouble -- aside from not having his medication, he's "visiting" from Mexico and is unfamiliar with the area. He also only speaks Spanish.

Cabrera was last seen wearing a white short-sleaved collared shirt, faded blue jeans, black socks, and sandals.

Cabrera is described as Hispanic, about 5-foot-6, and 150 pounds. He has a shaved head and brown eyes.

Anyone with any info on Cabrera's whereabouts is asked to call the Phoenix P.D.'s Missing Persons Unit at 602-534-6151.

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