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91-year-old Green Bay man found safe

Norbert Delvoye was the subject of a Silver Alert in Green Bay issued June 20, 2022
Norbert Delvoye was the subject of a Silver Alert in Green Bay issued June 20, 2022(Photo provided)
Published: Jun. 20, 2022 at 10:10 PM CDT|Updated: Jun. 21, 2022 at 9:17 AM CDT
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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - UPDATE 6/21:

A 91-year-old man Green Bay man has been found safe after going missing Sunday.

Francis N. Delvoye was found in some tall grass and weeds near St. Anthony Drive Tuesday morning, police say. Officers found him during an early morning search.

“He is safe and being looked at by medical personnel,” police say.

The Silver Alert for Delvoye was canceled.

Delvoye left his home on St. Anthony Drive near University Ave. at 6 p.m. Sunday. He did not have his walker or his hearing aids.

INITIAL REPORT

A Silver Alert was issued Monday night, more than 24 hours after a Green Bay man with dementia wandered off.

Authorities say Norbert Francis Delvoye, 91, left his home on St. Anthony Drive near University Ave. at 6 P.M. Sunday. He did not have his walker or his hearing aids.

Delvoye is a white man, 5′6″, 152 pounds, with blue eyes. He has short, white hair and is balding. He was last seen wearing a bright yellow T-shirt that says Bonduel Bears in blue lettering, gray shorts and gray shoes.

Brown County Emergency Management says Delvoye, a military veteran, could be miles from where he was last seen after riding a transit bus.

Emergency Management says to call 911 if you see him. Authorities would like to hear from anyone who knows Delvoye’s whereabouts or if you think you saw him Sunday night or anytime Monday.

Adding to the concern is the dangerously hot weather. Older adults are particularly susceptible to the effects of the heat.

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