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UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled for elderly Provo man with special needs – ABC 4

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PROVO, Utah (ABC4) – A missing elderly man from Provo has been found.
A Silver Alert was activated for 62-year-old John Stapleton on Monday afternoon. Authorities have now canceled the alert.
The man’s condition is not known at this time, but he has been successfully found.
PROVO, Utah (ABC4) – Police are searching for a missing elderly man with special needs in Provo on Monday.
Provo Police have identified the man as 62-year-old John Stapleton. He is described as 5′ 10″ tall, 185 pounds, with gray hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a dark blue hoodie, blue jeans, and mismatched black and white shoes. One shoe has a white stripe on it.
Police say the man suffers from dementia and has Type 1 diabetes. He is also known to frequent the North Provo and Orem areas.
Authorities are asking anyone with information about the missing man to contact (801) 852-6210.
Missing 62yr, John Stapleton. Bald, blue eye male. Last seen wearing a dark blue hoodie, blue jeans, and mismatched black/white shoes. Known to frequent North Provo and Orem. Suffers from dementia and type 1 diabetes. If located call the Provo Police Department 801-852-6210. pic.twitter.com/qffIEM1Tte
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