Waltham police say they’re looking for a 57-year-old man.
Thomas Astore is a white male who’s 5-foot-8 and weighs 180 pounds, police say. He was last seen wearing a gold sweater, brown jacket, and blue jeans.
Police did not say when Astore was last seen, but issued the alert Sunday night. His car was found near Sawyer Road, police say.
Police say anyone who sees Astore should not approach him; instead, they should call 911.
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