Update: Missing 60-year-old man with dementia found safe

Update: Tejan Jobe, reported missing Monday night in Montgomery County, Maryland, has been found Tuesday morning, as reported by WJLA. Authorities say the 60-year-old man is safe and unharmed. Jobe, who suffers from dementia, didn’t have his cell phone or his identification when he went missing. Montgomery County police posted a message on Twitter to say that Jobe was found, and to thank everyone who showed their concern and shared the case.

Original Story: A Maryland man has been reported missing by his family, who says he suffers from dementia.

Sixty-year-old Tejan Jobe hasn’t been seen since Monday evening at 7 p.m. when he left his Montgomery Village home. His family says he hasn’t been been in contact with anyone since then, according to a report by NBC Washington.

Jobe is diagnosed with dementia, and Montgomery County police said late Monday night that he doesn’t have his cell phone or his identification on him.

Police are asking for the help of the public in bringing Jobe home safe and unharmed.

The 60-year-old is a black male, and is described as being 5 foot 9 inches tall and weighing 140 pounds. He has brown eyes and brown hair, and was last seen wearing a gray shirt, gray pants, and white tennis shoes.

Jobe’s family is concerned for his safety. Anyone who has seen Jobe or knows of his whereabouts is urged to all 911 immediately.

Check back with CrimeOnline for updates on this story as it develops.

[Feature photo: Montgomery County Police Department]