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"At-risk" missing Alhambra man found *UPDATED

Updated* 12.15.2011

The Alhambra Police Department reports that the missing person, Trinidad Magdaleno that was reported missing on December 8, 2011, was found today (Thursday, December 15, 2011 at approximately 3:20 p.m.).  He was located at Centinella Hospital in Los Angeles.  A social worker at the hospital conducted an internet search and located his information and picture that had been posted by the media. 

Originally Posted *12.13.2011

The Alhambra Police Department is searching for a missing "at risk" person: Trinidad Magdaleno, a 27-year-old Hispanic man was last seen on December 8 at 10:30 in the morning near the intersection of Fremont and Valley. According to the police, he has been diagnosed with several mental disorders that require medication and regular supervision. Magdaleno, 5'8" and 180 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes, walks with a limp and was last seen wearing a black and white beanie cap, a long-sleeved blue sweater, and gray sweatpants.

Magdaleno has been reported missing on at least two prior occasions and was previously located in the area of Cesar Chavez/Saratoga in East Los Angeles and also near Valley Home/Whittier Blvd. in the City of Whittier.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Mr. Magdaleno is urged to contact the Alhambra Police Department at 626-570-5151.

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