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Tulare Sheriff's Deputies Search For Missing Santa Rosa Man

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Tulare County Sheriff's Deputies are searching for a missing elderly man in the Badger Area.

According to deputies, 77-year-old Lorents Flak of Santa Rosa, was last seen driving his Blue Toyota Sienna on the driveway of 51870 Eshom Valley Drive around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.

Flaks had been visiting family in the Badger Area when he disappeared.

Family members say Lorents suffers from medical issues and may appear confused and disoriented. Lorents is also said to be without his hearing aids.

Lorents is described as:

  • 5'10, weighing 191 lbs
  • Having gray/black hair with Hazel Eyes
  • Last seen wearing a yellow t-shirt, jean shorts and white shoes.

Anyone with information on Lorents whereabouts are urged to call the Violent Crimes Office at (559) 735-1898 or after hours at (559) 733-6218.

 

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