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Silver Alert canceled after missing 76-year-old man found in Phoenix

Apr 23, 2022, 5:49 PM | Updated: 5:50 pm
(Photo provided by the Phoenix Police Department)...
(Photo provided by the Phoenix Police Department)
(Photo provided by the Phoenix Police Department)

PHOENIX — A Silver Alert that was issued for a 76-year-old man last seen near 43rd Avenue and Thomas Road on Saturday in Phoenix was canceled, according to authorities.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety issued the alert for Manuel Cajero Hernandez at around 1 p.m. and canceled the alert at 5:35 p.m.

Hernandez had been seen last around 7 a.m. wearing a blue sweater, black jeans and blue baseball cap.

He stands 5-foot-5 and weighs 160 pounds with brown eyes and gray hair.

He primarily speaks Spanish and has a medical condition that may case him to seem confused.

 

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Silver Alert canceled after missing 76-year-old man found in Phoenix