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Polk Co. Sheriff's Office searching for missing/endangered man

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WINTER HAVEN, FL (WFLA) -

Authorities say 66-year-old Edgar Todd (DOB 9/25/1946) was last seen by his roommate on Monday, February 11, around 10:00 a.m., walking away from their shared residence 210.5 Second Street in Eloise (Winter Haven).  Todd told his roommate he was going to the Winter Haven Hospital.  He never arrived.  Todd's sister reported him missing Saturday, Feb. 16th.

Todd is described as a white male, 5'10" tall, 210 lbs., with blue eyes, brown and grey hair, and a full grey beard.  He has not been diagnosed with any serious medical conditions and is not on medication.  However, his sister told deputies he does have symptoms of dementia.  He was last seen wearing blue jeans, brown boots, and an unknown type of shirt.

 If you see Edgar Todd, please call PCSO at 863-298-6200

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