Authorities are asking for your help finding a missing man.

A New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued for 78-year-old David Wrobel of Syracuse.

David Wrobel (original photo enhanced for clarity) Photo Courtesy: Onondaga County Sheriffs Office
David Wrobel (original photo enhanced for clarity) Photo Courtesy: Onondaga County Sheriffs Office
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Wrobel was least seen on Everingham Road around noon on Tuesday, February 15, 2022.  He was driving a 2013 grey Toyota Camry with the following license plate:

CCX-8339

Wrobel is described as five feet eight inches tall (5'8") weighing approximately 210 pounds.  He has blue eyes and grey hair.  He was last seen wearing a blue, orange, and white Syracuse University jacket, black pants, a blue Pirates hat, brown boots, and glasses with black frames.

The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office says that he has dementia and may be in need of medical attention.

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