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Family looking for missing Danielskuil man

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Hoti James Mogoeng, 61, was last seen by his family on October 13 when he went to collect his chronic medication at Danielskuil Clinic.

Hoti James Mogoeng. Picture: Supplied

THE FAMILY of Hoti James Mogoeng, 61, is looking for him after last seeing him when he went to collect his chronic medication at Danielskuil Clinic.

Mogoeng went missing on Wednesday, October 13 when he left his home in Danielskuil early in the morning.

He was last seen wearing a black tracksuit top (pictured) and orange overall pants.

His niece, Valery Willie, said a missing person case was opened at the Danielskuil police station following his disappearance.

According to Willie, her uncle suffers from Alzheimer’s, which sometimes results in memory loss.

She added that he also gets epileptic seizures.

“My uncle visits relatives and friends a lot but never fails to return home on the same day. That is why we panicked on the first day when he did not return home,” said Willie.

The family said they established a search party to look for Mogoeng on a daily basis, but with no luck.

“It is physically and emotionally exhausting to sit and wait like this,” said Willie.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Mogoeng is requested to contact the police on 082 4950 792 or Valerie Willie on 078 988 1725.

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