Update: Silver Alert canceled for missing 83-year-old Oklahoma man with dementia

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Update: According to the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office, the Silver Alert has been canceled after the man was found. They said he is safely home with his family.

NOBLE, Okla. – Officials in Cleveland County have issued a Silver Alert for a missing 83-year-old man with dementia.

The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Billy Jean Roberts, who is described as a white male, approximately 5 feet tall, weighing 155 pounds and was last seen wearing a dark green or navy blue T-shirt with a white undershirt underneath, as well as blue jeans, a hat and blue shoes.

Officials said he is bald and has a scar on his right leg. His last known location is around 8 p.m. on Wednesday in Noble near 72nd St. and Cemetery Rd.

Roberts’ son reported him missing around 10 p.m. after he said they had an argument. A neighbor who Roberts turns to when he is upset told officials he had not seen Roberts but he often walks west on Cemetery Road.

Wednesday night, Cleveland County deputies searched the area but did not find him and asked the Oklahoma Highway Patrol to issue the Silver Alert.

Authorities said Roberts has dementia and heart problems. He does not have an ID on him.

If you have any information, call the CCSO at 405-701-8916.

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