UPDATE: Golden Alert cancelled for Magoffin Co. Man

Harold Allen, Salyersville, Golden Alert 10-18-16 dementia, medical issues

SALYERSVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) -Kentucky State Police say a Golden Alert issued for a Magoffin County man has been cancelled.

They say 79-year-old Harold Allen was found safe and in good condition in Carroll County, Virginia Tuesday morning.

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Police say there was concern because Allen failed to return home to Salyersville after last being seen in Brown County Ohio on Sunday at around 4 p.m.


SALYERSVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – State Police issued a Golden Alert shortly after midnight Tuesday for a Magoffin County man who suffers from possible dementia and other medical issues.

State Police say 79-year old Harold F. Allen, of Salyersville, was driving a burgundy 2006 Pontiac Montana with Kentucky license plate 577 LSP.

He was last seen in Brown County, Ohio, on October 16, 2016 at approximately 4:00 p.m., according to KSP.

Harold Allen is 5’6″ tall and 120-pounds with blue eyes and gray hair.

He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a maroon long-sleeve shirt and black shoes.

If anyone has information, contact State Police toll-free 1-800-222-5555 or your local law enforcement agency.

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