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Missing Grady County Man Found Safe

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The Grady County Sheriff's Office canceled a Silver Alert for Allen Byfield after the 74-year-old man was found safe late Thursday night. The Grady County Sheriff's Office canceled a Silver Alert for Allen Byfield after the 74-year-old man was found safe late Thursday night.
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The Grady County Sheriff's Office has canceled a Silver Alert for a 74-year-old man who disappeared Tuesday.

Allen Byfield was found late Thursday night. The sheriff's office says Byfield has been reunited with his family.

A Silver Alert was issued for Byfield Tuesday when drove away from Chickasha. Because he has Alzheimer's disease and takes dementia medication, his family was very worried about his safety.

2/5/2013 Related Story: Grady County Sheriff's Office Issues Silver Alert For Missing Man

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer spotted Byfield Thursday morning in Caddo County, where he apparently asked for directions to Chickasha.

2/7/2013 Related Story: Chickasha Man At Center Of Silver Alert Spotted In Caddo County

It's not known where Byfield was found, but the Grady County Sheriff's Office says he is well, and his family is very grateful for the public's help.

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