Update: Golden Alert Cancelled After Man Found Safe

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 7/19/2012 5:44 pm
Police have cancelled a Golden Alert for a Lexington man who they say was found safe.

Investigators say 81-year-old Carl Wheeler Shye was found just before 5pm Thursday in Wilmore.

Family members tell ABC 36 he had crashed his car into a tree but was okay.

Shye has a variety of medical issues, including dementia and heart problems.

His wife says he was supposed to pick her up at a beauty parlor close to their home around noon but never showed up.








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