Police searching for missing East NY man with autism

Natt's relatives gathered with a community activist Saturday night to urge the public to help find him.

Natt's relatives gathered with a community activist Saturday night to urge the public to help find him. (3/19/17)

BROOKLYN - Police are asking for help finding a missing man with autism.

Donald Natt, 33, was last seen Friday leaving his home on Williams Avenue in East New York.

Natt's relatives gathered with a community activist Saturday night to urge the public to help find him.

His sister says it is very unusual for him to leave without warning and that he was on his way to a nearby library on New Lots Avenue when he went missing.

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