NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A man with intellectual disabilities reported missing earlier this week has been found, the The Association for the Help of Retarded Children of New York City told CBS2.

According to the AHRC, Sheldon Turner, 58, was last seen at a building at 2080 Lexington Avenue on Feb. 3.

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Officials say Turner is intellectually disabled, non-verbal and diagnosed with seizures and schizophrenia.

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He was last seen wearing a black coat, a burgundy sweater with white lettering, black stretch pants, black boots, a black jacket and a red ski hat.

Authorities say Turner is able to understand simple sentences in English and uses gestures and pointing to communicate.

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Information on Turner’s condition and where he was found was not immediately known.