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UPDATED: Police Seek Public's Help In Finding Dementia Patient Who Is Missing Again

Lee Carson Clayton is described as African American, standing 6’02” and weighing 160 pounds. He has black-gray hair and brown eyes.

Lee Carson Clayton Photo/Riverside County Sheriff's Dept.
Lee Carson Clayton Photo/Riverside County Sheriff's Dept.

UPDATE: NOV. 28 at 6 a.m.: Lee Carson Clayton, 74, who was reported missing from his Moreno Valley home yesterday at 11 a.m. has been found safe. Police did not provide details about his whereabouts, but made the announcement that he had been found shortly before 5 a.m. today.

NOV. 27: A 74-year-old man who police have reported missing twice during the last six months has disappeared from his home again.

Lee Carson Clayton of Moreno Valley was reported missing today at 11 a.m. from his family home in the 15000 block of Perris Blvd., according to a news release from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.

According to the report, Clayton left on foot and suffers from dementia. He is unfamiliar with the Moreno Valley area, according to the news release.

The missing man is described as African American, standing 6’02” and weighing 160 pounds. He has black-gray hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a long sleeve collared jean shirt, black pants and a black ball cap with an unknown logo.  

Clayton disappeared from the Moreno Valley area in June and again earlier this month. When he last went missing, he was found in Wildomar.

Anyone having further knowledge or information pertaining to this case should contact Corporal Esquibel at 951-486-6700. 

Brenda November 28, 2013 at 11:11 AM
Thank Goodness he is found yet again. Hope he has 7 lives cause he is going to need them to live with HIS family who "takes" care of him. ***cough*** If anyone in that family truly cares about this man get help that will actually CARE FOR HIM, WATCH OVER him 24/7. APS should have been on this a long time ago and called out immediately last time, err like last week that he was missing for a week, and took the situation in hand. Its a sad day when a family this man probably helped raise, nurture, love, financially support and STILL probably financially supports cannot at a minimum keep someone with him at all times.
Brenda November 28, 2013 at 08:41 PM
Btw, cudos for the police departments and news services like "The Patch" who still run the story when he is missing or in some terms a "runaway". Even though he walks away under his own power he is still in danger of the elements and just sick very bad people who would hurt him and then check to see if he had a dollar on him.

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