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Yonkers police search for missing sergeant Robert Byrnes

Yonkers police are asking the public to help locate Robert Byrnes, a city police sergeant who went missing Monday.

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Yonkers police are asking the public to help locate Robert Byrnes, a 48-year-old city police sergeant who went missing on Monday.

Byrnes has been experiencing recent health problems and may be a danger to himself, city police said in a statement. He was last seen within the city of Yonkers, but may currently be in the area of Far Rockaway Beach, Queens. 

Yonkers police are looking for Robert Byrnes, a police sergeant who went missing. (Photo: Yonkers Police)

According to police, he was last seen wearing a grey sweatshirt, a brown winter Carhartt-style coat, a brown and white wool hat and khaki cargo pants. Byrnes is 5-foot-8 and 140 pounds with light brown hair and blue eyes. 

Anyone with information about his current whereabouts is asked to contact the Yonkers Police Department at 914-377-7900 and reference case number 21019298. 

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Isabel Keane covers trending news for The Journal News, Poughkeepsie Journal and Times-Herald Record. Click here for her latest stories. Follow her on Twitter @ijkeane. 

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