Updated 1:05 p.m.: Bel Aire police say a missing 85-year-old man has been found and the Silver Alert issued for him has been canceled.
William E. Gustin “is in good health” and his family is making arrangements to pick him up in Pratt County, where he was located by the Pratt County Sheriff’s Office on Monday, police said in an e-mail. The news came shortly before 1 p.m.
Police in the e-mail also thanked the public for its help finding him. Gustin, who has dementia, went missing Sunday evening.
Original story: Bel Aire police are seeking the public’s help finding an 85-year-old man last seen Sunday evening.
William E. Gustin may be driving a 2008 Gold Lexus E35 four-door car with Kansas personalized license plate “EIEIEIO,” the agency said. He was last seen around 8:30 p.m. Sunday wearing blue jeans with paint stains, white tennis shoes, a red and blue shirt, a blue wind breaker, glasses and an Edward Jones baseball cap.
Gustin is white, 5-feet 10 inches tall, weighs 160 pounds and has brown eyes, brown and black hair and whiskers. He suffers from dementia and pre-Alzheimer’s disease, police said.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts or sees him is asked to call the Bel Aire Police Department at 316-744-6000 or 911.