Skip to Content
Imperial County

Passerby finds missing El Centro man

Rosendo Haro Villagrana is reunited with his family

EL CENTRO, Calif. (KYMA, KECY) - UPDATE (8:37 A.M.)

Police say 67-year-old Rosendo Haro Villagrana has been found safe and is reunited with his family.

The El Centro Police Department says a passerby found Villagrana early Wednesday morning near Interstate 8 and Silsbee Road. Police say the passerby, Fabian Dominguez, was driving when he saw the man and remembered seeing a post on social media about him missing.

Dominguez took Villagrana to the station, where he was thankfully reunited with family.

ORIGINAL STORY

The El Centro Police Department (ECPPD) is asking for the public's help locating a missing man who suffers from mental difficulties.

67-year-old Rosendo Haro Villagrana was last seen the area of Fourth and Smoketree. Haro Villagrana suffers from severe memory loss. He has great trouble remembering people’s names, addresses and phone numbers.

Haro Villagrana is about 5'7" and weighs around 180-pounds, with a medium build. He was last seen wearing a black ball cap, gray shirt, camouflage shorts, short white Nike socks, gray shoes with white soles.

ECPD asks anyone who's seen Haro Villagrana, or has any information on his location, to call (760) 352-2111 and or Detective Hernandez (760) 332-9312.

As Seen on TV / Top Stories / Video
Author Profile Photo

Lisa Sturgis

Lisa Sturgis recently returned to KYMA as its Digital Content Director, but she and her family have a long history in the Desert Southwest.

Author Profile Photo

Jenny Day

You can catch Jenny Day anchoring KYMA News 11 at 5, 6, and 10 p.m. weekdays.

Author Profile Photo

Mercedes Martinez

Mercedes Martinez joined the KSWT team as anchor/producer in October 2020. You can catch her on 13 On Your Side at 4:00pm.

Mercedes was born in San Diego and raised in the border-town of Calexico, California. She is an Imperial Valley native and definitely no stranger to Yuma county.

Mercedes began her journalism career at San Jose State University as she was a part of their campus newscast that aired every Friday, joined “El Espartano Noticias,” and was an on-air talent for the San Jose Film Festival in 2017. Her highlight during that time was the opportunity to interview actress, Jane Lynch.

Mercedes then continued her journey to CSU Sacramento and received her B.A in Journalism and minor in Communication Studies. She did an internship with Telemundo in Sacramento, which allowed her to gain experience and build relationships.

Mercedes believes that everyone has a story and should use their voice to tell it and inspire others.

Outside of work, Mercedes spends time with her friends and family. She is passionate about cooking, baking, traveling, playing guitar and writing songs.

Author Profile Photo

Sumiko Keil

Sumiko Keil has served as the Digital Content Producer since March 2019.

Comments

Leave a Reply

Skip to content