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SJPD Missing Person's Unit Needs Help Locating a Missing Elderly Male
Filed under Press Release, on 2/26/2013 12:12:00 PM by Author: Albert Morales #3477.

San Jose Police Need the Public's Assistance in Locating a Missing Elderly Man
 
 
San Jose, Calif -- The San Jose Police Department Missing Person's Unit is asking for the public's assistance in locating an elderly missing male.  On February 18, 2013, Stanley Jacobson  was reported missing by a family member.  The missing person Stanley Jacobson was last heard from on February 4, 2013.  However, his neighbor saw him on February 5, 2013 at approximately 12:30 P.M. at his home on Ironwood Drive in San Jose.  The missing person may be in the company of a female named Regina Butler. 
 
The missing person Jacobson does not know how to read or write and left behind his wallet and identification at home.  Mr. Jacobson may be experiencing the onset of dementia.  Mr. Jacobson is possibly driving his 1996 Tan Ford Taurus with a California License plate bearing the number #3PQF984.
 
If anyone locates or comes into contact with Mr. Jacobson only, please call "9-1-1" or 408-277-8911 from a cell phone.  In addition, people with information as to the wherabouts of Regina Butler are asked to contact Detective Kelvin Pham of the San Jose Police Department's Missing Person's Unit during business hours at 408-277-4786.
 
 


                                                     
Associate Regina Butler                            Missing Person Stanley Jacobson

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