Sheriff's deputies Sunday sought a mentally disabled man who left his Temecula home Friday afternoon and has not been seen since.
Camilo Almaraz was last seen June 8 at 2 p.m. when he walked away from his home to go to the store in the area of Winchester Road and Nicolas Road.
He also goes by the names Charmilito or Pancho Vagansiaz, according to Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Jon Wade.
When he left for the store from his home in the 44600 block of Arbor Lane, Almaraz did not have a vehicle, cell phone or medication with him, though he did have a small amount of money, the sergeant said.
Family members believe he also had some identification with him, Wade said, adding that Almaraz sometimes may not be aware of his surroundings.
He is 5 feet 4 and 200 pounds, with short black hair and brown eyes, the sergeant said.
He was last seen wearing a tan shirt, black "Docker" style pants, black dress shoes and was carrying a black jacket, Wade said.
He has a tatoo of a cross on his right calf and a scar reading C.A. from a removed tatoo on his right hand near his thumb, the sergeant said.
Anyone with information on the man's whereabouts is asked to call sheriff's Temecula-based investigators at 951-696-3000.