Ramon A. Santiago, the man who has been missing since Saturday in Kissimmee and suffers from dementia, was located in Poinciana just after 11:00am today and is in good health and has been reunited with his family, according to KPD!

Positively Osceola would like to thank the community for assisting in the search for Ramon Santiago, and we would like to once again thank the Kissimmee Police Department for once again working diligently to serve and protect the citizens of our community, as well as those who are visiting! Thank you!

Here is the original article Positively Osceola posted:

On Saturday, July 6, 66 year-old Ramon A. Santiago walked out of his family’s vehicle around 6pm while they were at a stop sign near The Gables at Lakeside subdivision off of N. John Young Parkway in Kissimmee.

Santiago suffers from dementia and is not familiar with the area. Santiago is originally from New York and was visiting Kissimmee on vacation with his family.

His family searched for Santiago for hours on their own but were unfortunately unable to find him. Early Sunday morning, around 4am a Kissimmee Police Officer passed by the Santiago family along the roadway believing they may have encountered car trouble. Santiago’s family explained to the KPD officer that they were searching for their family member and still could not find him. At that point the Kissimmee Police Department joined the family in the search for the missing man.

Santiago was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, black shorts and sandals. Please contact the Kissimmee Police Department at (407) 846-3333, or your local law enforcement agency if you have seen Ramon Santiago or have information about his whereabouts.