Renton family searching for missing man

Update: Police have now located the missing person.

Update: The missing man has been found, according to Renton police. Original article is below.

Renton Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding 23-year-old Jorge Subuyuj-Paredes.

Subuyuj-Paredes has been identified by the police as a homeless man who frequently visits Liberty Skate Park, Renton Transit Center, the REACH soup kitchen and off Rainier Avenue North.

His family makes regular contact with him but he hasn’t been seen since July 29, and they are now listing him as a missing person, as of press time. The family is asking for help locating him to check on his well-being.

Subuyuj-Paredes is described as 5-foot 5-inches tall, Hispanic man with shaggy brown hair and a medium build. He has a scar on his right ankle and on several fingers, both ears pierced and was using a cane to walk with a cast on his right foot.

If seen, police ask for folks to call 911 and reference case No. 19-8877.

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