Missing person: SFPD looking for at-risk man, 57

Authorities are asking for the public's help in locating an at-risk San Francisco man who has been missing since Aug. 28, according to

the San Francisco Police Department.

Carl Vikstrom, 57, has a blood clot to his lungs and is in “high risk need'' for his medications, officials reported. Vikstrom also takes

medications for psychosis.

He is described as a 165-pound, 5-foot-7-inch Caucasian man with white hair. He was last seen wearing a dark blue jacket, gray shirt, blue jeans and a brown cowboy hat.

Police are asking anyone who locates Vikstrom to evaluate him medically and return him to Victorian Manor Residential Home at 1444

McAllister St.

Anyone with information leading to the whereabouts of Vikstrom is asked to call the San Francisco Police Department Missing Persons Division at (415) 558-5508.

— Bay City News

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