URGENT: Search for missing, ‘vulnerable’ man who vanished in the night without his cell phone or wallet

Authorities are searching for a New York man who left home last week without any of his essential belongings, and who is believed to be suffering from depression and anxiety.

New York State Police told Albany-based news station WRGB that Robert Leiser left his home in Monroe after midnight on May 1, leaving his wallet and cell phone behind.

According to a missing persons flyer, Leiser is also without his keys or any money, and is said to be suffering from “extreme” anxiety and depression.

WGRB reports that authorities consider Leiser to be a vulnerable adult.

The 69-year-old man was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and dark pants.

Leiser is a white male described as 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing 169 pounds. He reportedly has multiple tattoos, including the names “Danielle” and “Michelle” on his upper right arm, a blue and purple tree on his right forearm, and a black panther on his upper left arm.

Anyone with information about Leiser’s whereabout is urged to contact the Monroe Police Department immediately at 845-782-8311.