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Silver Alert Success Story: 82-year old Wisconsin man found in Iowa

On April 5, 2015, a Silver Alert was issued for 82-year-old Albert Soschinske. Soschinske went missing in Hartford, Wisconsin, and was later found safe 200 miles away in Iowa.

From the news story at WKOW:

Silver Alert has been canceled for missing Hartford man.  Authorities say 82-year-old Albert Soschinske has been found safe in Iowa.


HARTFORD (WKOW) — Authorities are searching for a missing man who may be at risk.

The Wisconsin Department of Justice has issued a Silver Alert for Albert Soschinske, 82. He was last seen Sunday afternoon in Hartford but did not arrive at a relative’s home as expected.


Silver Alert Success Story: 81-year old Oklahoma man found in Iowa

On March 20, 2015, a Silver Alert  was issued for 81-year-old Roland Callies. Callies went missing in Nowata, Oklahoma, and was later found safe 500 miles away in Orange City, Iowa.

From the news story at KWTV-9:

The Nowata County Sheriff’s Office says a missing man has been located and is OK. A Silver Alert has been cancelled for 81-year-old Roland Callies, who had last been seen in Nowata Thursday.

He has some health problems and had left home without his medication, so authorities were concerned.

On Saturday, he was found in Orange City, Iowa, authorities say.


Silver Alert Success Story: North Carolina Teen Found Safe in Texas

On February 27, 2015, a Silver Alert was issued for Hallana Hankins. Hankins went missing in Boiling Spring Lakes, North Carolina and was found safe 1200 miles away in Fort Worth, Texas.

From the story in the Wilmington Star News:

Officials with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office said Texas authorities safely located a missing Brunswick County teen Wednesday.

The N.C. Center for Missing Persons canceled a Silver Alert for Hallana Hankins, 18, who was last seen in the Boiling Spring Lakes area Feb. 27, possibly heading toward Arlington, Texas. The Silver Alert said Hankins has a cognitive disorder and was endangered. Emily Flax, spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office, said Hankins made contact with her family over the phone and authorities in Texas safely located her in the Fort Worth area.

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