Updated Thursday, Jan. 10 8:12 a.m.
San Jose Police said that the missing 96 year old male from Wednesday night has been located alive and well at the Caltrain station in Sunnyvale. He became disoriented and wandered there.
San Jose Police Department is seeking help to locate a 96-year-old San Jose resident.
Yung Lee was last seen at his residence in the 900 block of Orchid Way at 7:15 a.m. Wednesday, a police report said. Lee lives with family members and is familiar with pubic transportation and typically rides a VTA bus to the Korean Center at 1800 Fruitdale Ave.
Officers have confirmed that Lee did not show up at the center this morning. Police began searching local malls and hospitals for Lee after his family reported him missing at 7:11 p.m. He is considered at-risk due to his advanced age and because he suffers from dementia. He does not speak English.
Officers have also conducted grid searches in Yung Lee’s last known location, the report said, and are in contact with VTA. Campbell residents contacted Campbell Patch on Facebook, noting a helicopter overhead.
Lee is 96-years-old, 5 feet, 2 inches tall, weighs approximately 165 pounds and was last seen wearing black slacks, a blue and white checkered shirt and a brown jacket.
According to police, Yung Lee was also wearing a lanyard around his neck, which contains a note with his family’s contact information on it, however, the lanyard is typically worn under Yung Lee’s shirt so it may not be visible to anyone who spots him.
Anyone who locates Yung Lee is urged to call 9-1-1 and report it to the police so he can be reunited with his family.