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[UPDATE] 90-year-old missing Surrey man located

Joseph Zess - submitted
Joseph Zess
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A 90-year-old man who went missing on Wednesday has been found in good health in Vancouver.

Joseph Zess was reported missing about 1:30 in the afternoon after he left home in a grey 2006 Hyundai Sonata with a licence plate number 106 VAB.

He is diabetic and police and family feared he may have been in need of immediate medical attention. He also does not drive at night.

Police and family were concerned as it was completely out of character for him and he has never been reported missing before.

Surrey RCMP would like to thank members of the public and the media for their assistance.

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