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Update: Missing Kensington Man with Dementia Located Tuesday

Leonard "Rob" Stone left his home without his medication, family members told police.

Leonard "Rob" Stone, 65, was missing from his Kensington, MD home on July 29. Photo courtesy Montgomery County Police Department
Leonard "Rob" Stone, 65, was missing from his Kensington, MD home on July 29. Photo courtesy Montgomery County Police Department
Update, 3 p.m.: Police confirmed that Stone was located and back with his family on Tuesday, July 30.

Original story, 9 a.m.: Montgomery County police are asking for the public's help in locating Leonard "Rob" Stone, a 65-year-old Kensington man that was last seen by his family at 9:30 a.m. Monday. Stone's family is worried because he suffers from dementia, police said, among other medical issues, and doesn't have his medicine with him. 

Stone was last seen at his home in the 4500 block of Everett Street. 

He is described as a white male, about 5-feet-8-inches tall and approximately 155 pounds. His hair and beard are gray, his eyes are blue and he wears rimmed glasses. Stone's family last saw him in a long-sleeved, navy, crew-neck shirt, a white undershirt and baggy khaki pants, according to police. 

Police said Stone has a limp and walks very slowly, sometimes with a cane. He doesn't usually use public transit, but may be able to, police said. His family thinks he has an ID with him and some cash. 

Anyone with information regarding Stone’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Montgomery County police non-emergency number, 301-279-8000.
Amy Smith July 30, 2013 at 02:40 PM
I called the police number 2 times today, to report that I think I saw him yesterday mid day, near my home. Both times the operator/agent had no idea of the story and had to go check with someone. On the 2nd call, she said he had reported as "found" and back with family.
Whitney Teal July 30, 2013 at 02:58 PM
Thanks @Amy. I'll check with police—they haven't alerted the media that he was found, so I'm not sure.

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