An elderly San Jose man who was reported missing Wednesday night remains missing and authorities say he is considered at risk, a San Jose police sergeant said.
Humberto Perez, 74, was reported missing at 9:26 p.m., San Jose police Sgt. Heather Randol said.
He is considered at risk because he suffers from dementia, she said.
Police did not release a photo of Perez. He is described as standing 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighs 185 pounds and has gray hair and brown eyes.
The California Highway Patrol issued a Silver alert this morning with information about the vehicle Perez is believed to be in.
He was last seen in San Jose in a white 1993 Jaguar XJS with California license plate No. 6HIJ174, according to the CHP.
A Silver alert is issued when an elderly person disappears under suspicious circumstances, according to the CHP.
Silver Alert -Sunnyvale - 74 yoa Hisp male,Humberto Perez suffering from dementia 5'8" 185 gry hair, brn eyes - 93 white Jag XJS CA# 6HIJ174
— CHP Golden Gate (@CHP_GoldenGate) August 22, 2013