Missing Alzheimer's patient returns home

By Troy Blevins, Online Editor, Producer
Published On: Jan 07 2014 09:42:51 PM EST
Updated On: Jan 08 2014 07:14:03 AM EST

A photo of Ronald Zeigler from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

A 68-year-old Alzheimer's patient has returned home safe after reportedly missing for 16 hours, according to JSO.

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said Ronald Zeigler went missing from his home on Lone Star Road Tuesday.

Zeigler was also reported missing in November and was found in Macclenny, located in Baker County, by the Florida Highway Patrol when police said a trooper ran the tag on Zeigler's vehicle at an area Walmart.

Police said after 16 hours, Zeigler returned home safely. No other information has been given on his whereabouts.

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