SOUTH BUFFALO TOWNSHIP, Pa. - The family of a missing man with dementia is hoping money will help find their loved one.
Kenneth Himes' family is now offering a $12,000 reward for information on his whereabouts. They're hoping new information or possible new sightings will help them narrow down a new search location.
The 70-year-old was last seen at J and J's Family Restaurant on Mount Washington on Dec. 31, but there hasn't been a sighting since.
Himes disappeared after leaving his brother's house in South Buffalo Township on Christmas.
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Himes also has autism and lives in Passavant Memorial Homes. His family says he's very mobile and likes riding the bus.
Pennsylvania State Police asked for the public's help as they searched for him in the woods near his brother's house and in the places Himes usually goes.
The $12,000 reward was raised by his family and the caregivers at that home where he has lived for many years.
He was walking and was last seen wearing a black jacket, black tassel cap and white athletic shoes.
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