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Arcadia sex offender with dementia is reported missing

Sex offender with dementiaArcadia police are searching for a convicted sex offender with dementia who went missing last week.

James Randall McCain, 58, was last seen at his home on Huntington Drive in Arcadia on March 12, police said. He was reported missing the next day.

After visiting the residence this weekend, police do not believe he has returned there since his disappearance.

McCain has been registered in Arcadia as a sex offender for a long time, said Sgt. Dan Crowther, and has never been a problem. Police said he usually gets around by foot and is not known to drive. He has a conviction for lewd and lascivious acts on a child under 14, KTLA-TV reported.

Police are asking anyone with more information about his whereabouts to contact the Arcadia Police Department at (626) 574-5156.  

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Photo: James Randall McCain. Credit: KTLA-TV.

 
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