Police are searching for 71-year-old John P. Seputis (pictured) who was last seen in the Woodstock area and possibly wearing a Nascar jacket with the number 24 on it. | Provided Photos

Police say they are seeking the public’s help in locating a man, who possibly has dementia or Alzheimer’s, that has been missing from Woodstock for several days.

The Woodstock Police Department announced Friday evening that they are searching for John P. Seputis, 71.

Seputis was reported missing Friday by friends, police said.

The man possibly has undiagnosed dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

Seputis has a tendency to wander and forget his name at times.

He usually carries a wallet with his identification in it. He does not have a cell phone or vehicle.

Seputis was last seen around 12 p.m. Sunday, police said.

The released photo of the man is the most recent available but authorities said Seputis now has a full beard, which was described as being similar to a “werewolf.”

It was unknown what Seputis was last wearing but it is common for him to wear a baseball-style hat, a Nascar jacket with the number 24 on it, khaki pants and dark shoes.

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Police said Seputis does not have any family in the area and he does not have other friends than the ones who reported him missing.

His Chase credit card has not been used since Saturday.

Anyone with information on Seputis’ whereabouts is asked to contact the Woodstock Police Department at 815-338-2131 or NERCOM dispatch center at 815-363-2130.