Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies searching for missing at-risk missing man

CITRUS HEIGHTS – The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing man who is believed to be in danger due to his health.

Seventy-six-year-old Bobby Turner suffers from Alzheimer’s Disease. He was last seen Friday night at 7 pm at Red Roof Inn at 4325 Watt Ave. in Citrus Heights, the sheriff’s office says. Turner is considered to be in danger because of his age, Alzheimer’s, and because he needs medication.

Gymnast is 5 feet 8 inches tall, 140 lbs., and was wearing a black jacket, blue pants, and blue “Crocs” shoes.

Anyone who sees Turner is asked to call the sheriff’s office at (916) 874-5115.

At risk missing person: Bobby TURNER. Male, 76, 5’08”, 140 lbs, wearing black jacket, blue pants, blue “Crocs”. Last seen at 7pm on 11/11 at Red Roof Inn at 4325 Watt Ave in North Highlands. TURNER is considered at-risk due age, medication, Alzheimer’s. If seen, call 916.874.5115 pic.twitter.com/z2wgnqKKSi

— Sacramento Sheriff (@sacsheriff) November 13, 2022 CBS13 Staff

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