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The last 58-year-old man seen in Pasadena is missing

The hiker, who was lost for five days in a remote area of ​​the Angeles National Forest, is pleased to have been safely airlifted by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office Air Rescue 5 after a major search. (Photo courtesy of LASD)

Officials announced Wednesday that a 58-year-old man, who was reported missing in Pasadena, was found in the Angeles National Forest after five days of lost while hiking in the area.

George David Null was reported missing after being last seen in the 200 blocks of East Del Marblebird around 7 am on Saturday, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Maria Lucero.

Null’s car was discovered in the Angeles National Forest on Sunday and may have been hiking in the Mount Waterman area, Lucero said.

The Department’s Special Enforcement Department announced Wednesday at about 4:45 pm that Null was lost during a hike and was found in a remote area of ​​the Angeles National Forest.

According to the SEB, Null was “satisfied with being safe” by airlift from the area.

No further details have been announced.

The last 58-year-old man seen in Pasadena is missing

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