CEDAR HILL, Texas — Cedar Hill police are looking for a man that was last seen Sunday afternoon, and they're asking residents to also be on lookout for him. The department said Matias "Matt" Guzman left a group home in
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According to police, Guzman had been at the group home for about two weeks before going missing. He previously lived in Dallas around the Redbird/Hampton area.
He also has family in Garland and may be trying to reach them there.
Matt Guzman was last seen wearing a brown jacket, an orange shirt and blue jeans. He also wears glasses.
Police said Guzman has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, which he has been prescribed medication for. He also suffers from memory loss due to a previous car accident.
Anyone with any information about Matt Guzman's whereabouts should call 911 or the Cedar Hill police at 972-291-5181.