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Silver Alert: 59 Year Old Male with Dementia & Diabetes Missing in Huntington Station

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Missing Adult with dementia and diabetes: Alfred Tobias, 59 year old black/male on foot last seen at a C-Town in Huntington Station at approx. 5:30 ...

Update: Sunday, November 17th, 12:45 PM: The New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert for Alfred Tobias/ November 14, 2013 has been cancelled.

Huntington Station, NY - November 15th, 2013 - At the request of the Suffolk County Police Department, a New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued relating to the disappearance of Alfred Tobias: age 59; from Huntington Station on November 14th at 5:30 PM.

Tobias is described as a 59 year old black male last seen at the Huntington Station C-Town at approximately 5:30 PM yesterday evening. He is believed to be on foot, and is afflicted by dementia, and diabetes.

If you believe you have seen Afred Tobias, or have any information about his whereabouts, you can reach the Suffolk County Police Department's emergency communications center at 631-852-6400.

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