GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich Police are continuing to search for an elderly autistic man who has been missing since Sunday.
Kenneth Woodd-Cahusac, 61, of Riverside was reported missing at 8:30 p.m. Monday by his sister, police said. Woodd-Cahusac lives on the border between Riverside and Cos Cob near the Mianus River, and is autistic and partially deaf, police said.
Woodd-Cahusac, who also goes by Kenny, is a white male, 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 190 pounds. He has green eyes and long gray hair with small bald spot on the top of his head. Police said he has burn marks from his ankle to his chin, with a hunched over posture and a gap in his front teeth.
He was last seen by his neighbors on Sunday walking up and down his street, which police said is normal behavior for him. He is known to frequent Greenfield Cleaners, Greenwich Wine & Spirits, and the Riverside Commons. He is not believed to be operating a vehicle.
Woodd-Cahusac's family is very concerned for his welfare, especially given the current weather conditions.
Anyone with information should contact the Greenwich Police Department at (203) 622-8030.
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