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East Brunswick Man Missing Since Monday, Seen in North Jersey

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Ete Szabo of East Brunswick has been missing since Monday night. Credits: EBPD
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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Missing Person Notification:

The East Brunswick Police Department is  looking for Ete Szabo, age 70, who has been missing from his township home since Monday night at 11pm.  Szabo is a white male / / 5' 08 // 120 pounds with dirty blonde hair.

He was last seen wearing a red flannel shirt and brown pants. 

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Szabo suffers from memory loss, but he has not been diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia.

Szabo was observed leaving his residence at approximately 11pm on 02/26 in his red 2000 Dodge Ram Pickup, NJ license number HY7-566.  The truck has an extended cab and a covered truck bed.

He was last seen at approximately 2:30 am  on 2/27/17 (before being reported missing) in Raritan Boro at the Route 202 circle when there was a call to assist a motorist. At that time, Szabo advised authorities on the scene that he was going home.

Sometime later, his vehicle was observed crossing the Lincoln Highway over the Hackensack River Bridge in Jersey City.

Authorities request that anyone who comes in contact with Ete Szabo to notify the East Brunswick Police Department at 732-390-6901.

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