A statewide Silver Alert for a missing Salina man was cancelled late Monday morning after he was found deceased.
Authorities say that 89-year-old Gene Oliver Wolfe was found deceased earlier in the morning.
Wolfe, who suffers from Alzheimer’s and dementia, went missing late Saturday afternoon. He left his home, driving a car. Wolfe indicated that he was going to his parent’s grave-site in the Dickinson County Community of Manchester.
According to Salina Police, at approximately 11:00 in the morning a Dickinson County deputy was sent to the 2800 block of Avenue Rd. reference a report of a vehicle off of a roadway that is not maintained.
Upon arrival, the deputy found Wolfe in his vehicle deceased. No signs of foul play and no autopsy will be ordered.
ORIGINAL: Salina Police are asking for the public’s help in locating an elderly man who went missing late Saturday afternoon.
Police say that 89-year-old Gene Oliver Wolfe suffers from Alzheimer’s and dementia.
He is 5’5″, 155 lbs, with short gray hair and hazel eyes.
He was last seen in Salina, around 3 pm on Saturday. He left his home in a 2002 White Ford Taurus that has a broken tail light with Kansas tag number 096JGM.
Wolfe mentioned going to his parent’s grave-site in Manchester, Kansas but has not been located there.
The Salina Police Department asks that anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Wolfe contact them at 785-826-7210.