Xàtiva is dumped in search of an old man with alzheimer's who was lost in the christmas Eve

Francisco Sanfélix Cabanes, 75 years old, he left his family home in Xàtiva to buy almonds for the christmas Eve dinner on 24th December and has since lost her

Xàtiva is dumped in search of an old man with alzheimer's who was lost in the christmas Eve

Francisco Sanfélix Cabanes, 75 years old, he left his family home in Xàtiva to buy almonds for the christmas Eve dinner on 24th December and has since lost her trail. As he had done on other occasions, the old man, who suffers from alzheimer's, went down to the store and the fruit dried in the neighborhood, but finding it closed he walked to the Mercadona closest to you. The chambers of the central supermarket of the city of valencia caught his presence when he left the establishment about seven in the evening. However, Francisco was not returned to the house where he lives in company of his wife and under the care of their three children, according to Inés Zúñiga, a family.

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The latest news that we have this retired worker of the Seat are the images recorded between 23: 00 on the evening of 24 December and 3.30 in the morning of the 25th, by a gas station in the small town of Novetlè, distant about two miles from Xàtiva. In them, appear with clear signs of being disoriented and lost, not knowing where to go. Francisco measured 1,70 meters high, has an athletic figure, weighs around 75 kilos, and his hair is cano.

there Are many residents of the city of 30,000 inhabitants, separated 63 kilometers from Valencia, and the nearby towns and villages that are helping in the work of search of the Police National and Local Police through the fields and the surrounding towns. Francisco is a well-known person in the region of The Coast because for many years he has been coach of several football teams, his great love, of the area.

"it's helping a lot of people. Friends, family members, volunteers. The reaction has been awesome. We have beaten all the area, they have involved a helicopter and a drone, but we don't know anything, no one has seen it. That's why we want to expand the search radius," said Agnes to this paper.

Updated Date: 29 December 2019, 15:00

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