(Updated at 11:30 p.m.) The missing man has been found, Alexandria police say.
The Alexandria Police Department are looking for a missing 67-year-old man who was last seen in the area of Sanger Avenue and Essex Court in the city’s West End.
Police received a call before 5 p.m. from the family of Karim Baig, who left his home to go for a walk and did not return.
Baig was wearing dark gray pants and a light gray shirt. The area in which he was last seen is near the Winkler Botanical Preserve and Interstate 395.
MISSING : APD is seeking assistance in locating Karim Baig, a 67yoa white male. Mr. Baig was last seen near Sanger Ave and Essex Ct wearing a dark grey pants and light grey shirt.
Last seen on 5/18/20, please call the police non-emergency line at 703.746.4444 if you see him. pic.twitter.com/MPMnnTzKm1
— Alexandria Police (@AlexandriaVAPD) May 18, 2020
Photo via Alexandria Police
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