FAMILY OFFERS REWARD FOR MISSING NORTH YORK MAN

Aug 01, 2017

By Bob Komsic

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Help find an 83-year-old North York man last seen Friday when he went out for his usual, short walk in the Jane-401 neighbourhood.
The family of Domingos Martins says he failed to return from his two-minute walk near Pelmo Park Public School.
Police have surveillance camera footage that showed heading west on Gary Drive.
The man’s family, which is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to his whereabouts, is worried as he suffers from ”a little bit” of Alzheimer’s, requires medication twice a day and has now gone five days without it.
(Toronto Police Service)
Martins is described as approximately 5’4″, between 180 and 200 pounds, bald, last seen wearing glasses, a black shirt with ‘Martins’ on it, blue shorts and blue Crocs and has trouble walking.
He speaks only Portuguese, often responds to the name ”Branca.”
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