Missing Person Found Safe in Indian Head
CRITICAL MISSING PERSON LOCATED IN INDIAN HEAD. Mr Theyer, 83, who was reported missing earlier today has been located. He drove to a firehouse in Indian Head where a firefighter recognized his picture from Facebook. He’s safe and in good hands.
CRITICAL MISSING PERSON: Charles County Sheriff’s officers are seeking the public’s help in locating Donald Moore Theyer, 81, of Cobb Island. Theyer left his home this morning at about 9:15 a.m. and indicated he was going to drive to a marina in Solomon’s Island. It does not appear he made it to the marina and he has not returned home. Theyer may be driving a 2006 bronze or champagne-colored Jeep Commander with Maryland tags 513-M006. He was last seen wearing a gray vest and blue jeans. Family members believe Theyer might be lost. A Silver Alert has been issued and officers are canvassing the surrounding areas. Anyone who has knowledge of Theyer’s whereabouts is asked to all 911 or (301) 932-2222. PFC D. Walker is investigating.
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