EDITOR'S NOTE: This update was corrected to reflect the correct spelling of Cmdr. Beau Pryor's name.
UPDATE: Arthur Kindig was found at 1 a.m. today at Price Canyon and Ormonde roads by Pismo Beach police, said Arroyo Grande police Sgt. Michael Smiley.
According to Cmdr. Beau Pryor of Arroyo Grande police, “We’d been working six hours at our command post at Marshall’s parking lot when we heard that our allied partners with the Pismo PD did a great job in finding Mr. Kindig near Ormonde and Price Canyon roads. He was unharmed and reunited with his family around 1 a.m.”
ORIGINAL: Arroyo Grande police said Sunday that they are looking for a missing man described as “at risk,” who was last seen at the Marshall’s department store off of West Branch Street in the city about 5:30 p.m.
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Arthur “Art” Kindig, 67, has a history of dementia because of hydrocephalus, according to an Arroyo Grande Police Department press release. He has a mental capacity of a child because of the condition, police said.
Police say he was wearing a blue sweat shirt, the same he is wearing in a furnished photo from six years ago, but that he no longer has a moustache as pictured.
Kindig is described as six feet tall, weighing 200 pounds and having gray hair and blue eyes.
Police say he likes to walk, but has no money, no vehicle and no cell phone. He lives on Stonecrest Drive in Arroyo Grande, police said.
The agency asks that anyone with information on Kindig’s whereabouts call 473-5100.