Update: Aiudi has been found at Hartford Hospital.
Donald Aiudi, 83, of Bristol has been reported missing. Aiudi is described as a white male, approximately 5’8”, 170 pounds with thin white hair, brown eyes and a light complexion.
A Silver Alert has been issued for Aiudi.
Although it is unknown what clothing Aiudi was last wearing he usually wears jogging style pants and has a cigar in his mouth.
Aiudi was last seen or heard from on 01-13-18 at approximately 8:00 p.m. Aiudi may be operating a 2006 red Kia Sorrento CT. registration 213EFZ.
Anyone with information on Aiudi’s whereabouts is asked to call the Bristol Police Department at 860-584-3011.
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