Family strengthens search for missing Honolulu manUPDATED 10:18 PM HST Feb 04, 2014Video Transcript
their missing loved one. Good evening, I'm Kenny Choi. And I'm Yunji de Nies. It's been four days since Chang Ho Han went disappeared... KITV4's Brenton Awa spoke with his relatives and has our top story tonight. 17-22 52-54 As another day passes -- the search continues for Chang Ho Han. The 70-year-old that went missing from his apartment building near the Ala Moana Shopping Center last Friday. His daughter Rachell was on her way to visit him before going to work -- but by the time she got there -- her dad was gone. 4123 - 4131 "I CALLED MY MOM, SAID HE'S GONE AND THEN I WENT DOWNSTAIRS AND I WENT OUT TO SEARCH FOR HIM." The buildings security cameras caught as he walked out wearing a red jacket. He's described as 5-foot-five- inches-tal l -- about 155-pounds with white hair and brown eyes. daughter tells us he'd been having dellusions and suffers from Alzheimers. On the same day he left -- told them he had to rescue someone in Waikiki. 4223 - 4233 "I WAS RUNNING AROUND BUT IT WAS POURING, SO I WAS RUNNING AROUND BUT IT SO DARK SO I TOOK MY CAR AND WENT DRIVING AROUND FOR TWO HOURS." 4929 "MY UNCLE IS A VERY VERY FRIENDLY HAPPY GO LUCKY MELLOW PERSON... ...I COULD SEE HIM STRIKING UP A CONVERSATION WITH ANYBODY." The family's been searching for him everyday from Waikiki -- to the airport -- passing out flyers -- and posting online... But still -- nothing. 4312 - 4319 "WE'VE BEEN SEARCHING THIS AREA, WAIKIKI AND DOWNTOWN, NOBODY, THAT'S VERY STRANGE." 4841 - 4849 "NOT ONE PERSON HAS CALLED OR REPORTED EVEN SEEING HIM AND I GUESS WHAT MAKES IT DIFFICULT IS THAT HE MIGHT JUST BLEND IN WITH EVERYBODY ELSE." family says one of the only things the 70-year-old is able to remember is his name. They're hoping for any tips on his whereabouts -- so they can do an organized search tomorrow. Meanwhile at the state capitol today -- a bill that would create a silver alert program -- has been passed by the Senate's Committee on Public Safety. The program would alert the public of any missing senior citizen with an impaired mental condition and would be operated with the Maile Amber Alert program.