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Help El Paso County Sheriff's Office find missing man

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Timothy DeHerrera reported missing in El Paso County. Timothy DeHerrera reported missing in El Paso County.
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UPDATE: DeHerrera was found safe and unharmed.

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Authorities need your help finding 59-year-old Timothy DeHerrera, last seen Thursday morning when he walked away from an assisted living facility in the area of Main and Security. 

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office describes Herrera as being a white male, 5'11, 142lbs, grey hair and brown eyes.  He is known to be very athletic and has medical issues which causes a concern for his safety.

Herrera was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt and blue/grey pajama bottoms.

If anyone has information as to his whereabouts, or if anyone has seen him please contact the Sheriff's Office Dispatch Center at 719-390-5555.

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