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Missing Man Has Dementia: Police Ask Help in Finding Him

The 69-year-old man, last seen Feb. 5, may be accompanied by a 46-year-old woman. Police are asking the public to keep an eye out for him and his car.

Missing Man Has Dementia: Police Ask Help in Finding Him Missing Man Has Dementia: Police Ask Help in Finding Him

Police in San Jose are asking for the public's help in locating a missing man who suffers from dementia.

Stanley Jacobson, 69, was last seen at about 12:30 p.m. on Feb. 5 by a neighbor at his home near the Willow Glen neighborhood in San Jose on Ironwood Drive, off of Almaden Expwy., according to San Jose police.

Jacobson, who was reported missing by his family on Feb. 18, does not know how to read or write and left his wallet and identification at home, police said.

He might be driving a tan 1996 Ford Taurus with the California license plate No. 3PQF984, according to police.

Police said Jacobson could be in the company of a 46-year-old woman named Regina Butler, whose photo is attached to this article.

Anyone who comes into contact with Jacobson should call 911, police said.

Police are asking anyone with information about Butler to contact Detective Kelvin Pham of the San Jose Police Department's Missing Persons Unit during business hours at 408-277-4786.

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