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NYPD: Missing 74-year-old Bronx man returned home safely

Angelo Pagan, 74, of Norwood, returned home safely on Tuesday morning after being classified as missing on Monday afternoon.
New York City Police Department

A 74-year-old Bronx resident who went missing on Monday afternoon returned home safely on Tuesday, according to police sources.

Angelo Pagan, of 3530 Rochambeau Ave., near the Montefiore Medical Center on 3317 Rochambeau Ave. in the Norwood neighborhood of the Bronx, left his residence at around 2:30 p.m. to go for a walk. He was classified as missing after he failed to return home. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black waist-length jacket and black sneakers.

On Tuesday at 5:24 a.m., the New York City Police Department tweeted on its official account that Pagan had gone missing, describing him as having brown eyes, gray hair and weighing 130 pounds at a height of 5’5.”

But by approximately 9 a.m., police officers received a report stating that he had returned home safely.

"He came home this morning on his own," said Sergeant Carlos Niezes, a police spokesman. "He's in good condition."

If you know the whereabouts of a person classified as missing, call the Missing Persons Squad at (212) 694-7781.