Need Help Locating Missing, Endangered 90-Year-Old Man


St. Lucie County Sheriff Mascara asks for public’s help to locate missing, endangered 90-year-old man

St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken J. Mascara is asking for the public’s help to locate a missing and endangered 90-year-old man.

“James Fitzsimons, 90, a white male, left his home in northern St. Lucie County at 1 p.m.,” Sheriff Mascara said. “He left his home at 2023 St. Lucie Boulevard, Lot 243, to drive to SunTrust Bank on Virginia Avenue west of U.S.1. He has not returned home.”

Mr. Fitzsimons takes medication for a serious ailment and for high blood pressure, Sheriff Mascara said.

He was last seen driving a maroon Chrysler PT Cruiser with a yellow Florida “Choose Life” license tag number CSR8A. The vehicle has a vanity tag on the front bumper that is a mirror with “Jim’s Fantasy” printed in red letters.

Those with information are asked to call 9-1-1 in St. Lucie County.


The Florida Constitution establishes the Office of the elected County Sheriff who is responsible for preserving the peace, carrying out the orders of Florida courts and the Board of County Commissioners, and providing deputies at court sessions and meetings of the Board of County Commissioners. The Sheriff is the chief correctional officer of the county. Sheriff Ken J. Mascara is elected by the people of St. Lucie County and is accountable to them.

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