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Family Asks Public for Help Finding Missing 35-Year Old Man

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

A sister and aunt of a man who has gone missing from the State Supported Living Center are pleading with the public to come forward with any information that can help locate their loved one.

"I just want him to call somebody, because it's been five days since he was actually seen," said Ashley Yates, the sister of missing 35-year old Sean Yates. "I don't know if he is dead or alive."

Sean from mental problems, according to his family. He has been off of his medication since he went missing back on Jan. 30. Since then, he has been spotted around town. Family members said that most recently he was seen at the mall with two homeless women.

"He sort of walks on his tippy toes," Sean's aunt Linda Capps said. "You can tell he shouldn't be out on the world by himself, that he needs to be found."

If you have any information regarding Sean's whereabouts, please call the Corpus Christi Police Department's Homicide and Robbery Division at 361-886-2850.

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