Missing Coffey County man with Alzheimer's found safe

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Dale Milburn (Coffey Co. Sheriff's Office) Dale Milburn (Coffey Co. Sheriff's Office)
BURLINGTON, Kan. (KAKE) -

A statewide Silver Alert for 78-year-old Dale Milburn has been cancelled.

The Coffey County Sheriff's Office says Milburn was located in the Kansas City area and is in good condition. 


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The Kansas Bureau of Investigation has issued a Silver Alert for a missing Coffey County man with Alzheimer's.

78-year-old Dale Ernest Milburn from Burlington, was last seen wearing blue jeans and a white Relay for Life T-shirt. Milburn was was driving a white 2006 Chevy Silverado extended cab with tag 203 GBU. 

Milburn is 5'7" tall and weighs about 150 lbs with brown eyes and grey hair. 

He was last seen turning southbound on Highway 75 from Burlington. Milburn has Alzheimer's disease and does not have his medication.

Milburn's current whereabouts are currently unknown.

Anyone with information should call the Coffey County Sheriff's Office at 620-364-2123.

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