URGENT #MISSING: Philip Arabadjis, 63 - Queens, NEW YORK (Alzheimer's - diabetes - has other medical need)

The frantic search for 63-year-old Queens man with signs of Alzheimer's disease continued Thursday, a week after he went missing.
Police in New York City said Philip Arabadjis, who in addition to Alzheimer's suffers from a medical need and diabetes, was last seen Feb. 12 outside his Astoria home at 20th Avenue and 20th Street without shoes or a jacket.
In an email to PIX11 on Wednesday, Heather Arabadjis, Philip's daughter, said she has grave concerns over his disappearance.
"He has not been on medication for six days now and we are afraid for his life," Arabadjis wrote.
The older Arabadjis, described as 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighing about 290 pounds, was also wearing a blue flannel shirt with black sweatpants when he disappeared, according to a police handout.
Authorities said he likely has no identification on him, does not know where he lives or his name and may be unresponsive to questions, making his prompt discovery vital.
The handout also notes the brown-eyed Arabadjis likes walking in Astoria Park.
Arabadjis' family is offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to him.
Anyone who sees Arabadjis is urged to call officers at the 114th Precinct at 718-626-9335.
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