Police seek missing Spring Garden man
Pittsburgh police are seeking the public's help locating an man from Spring Garden who is missing.
Robert Shantz, 89, was last seen at his home at 7 a.m. on Friday. Shantz suffers from heart problems and may be confused and disoriented, police said. He is known to frequent Spring Garden Avenue in the city and McKnight Road in Ross.
He is white, 5 feet 8 inches tall, wears glasses and may be wearing a dark coat with a red stripe across the chest. Anyone with information about him is asked to call 911 or the city's missing persons office at 412-323-7141.
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