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Silver Alert Canceled; Missing Bartlesville Man Found Safe

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Family members say they last saw Selmer Henry at the Wal-Mart gas station in Bartlesville. Police say he possibly left the gas station on foot. Family members say they last saw Selmer Henry at the Wal-Mart gas station in Bartlesville. Police say he possibly left the gas station on foot.
BARTLESVILLE, Oklahoma -

Police canceled a Silver Alert after a missing Bartlesville man was found safe Sunday afternoon.

Family members say they last saw 67-year-old Selmer Henry at 12 p.m. Saturday at the Wal-Mart gas station in Bartlesville. Police say he had left the gas station on foot.

Henry was found at a hotel in Bartlesville Sunday afternoon after he contacted family members, wanting to come home, police said.

According to police, Henry walks with a limp and suffers from early stages of dementia. He has heart problems and has been passing out.

Henry was under proven medical or physical disability. He is described as an Native American man who stands 5 feet 4 inches tall, and weighs 167 pounds. He was wearing a gray t-shirt, blue jeans, ball cap, black tennis shoes, and he wears glasses. He was not wearing a coat.

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