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CANCELLED: Missing Person Alert Issued For Salvatore A. Iervolino of Hauppauge Who is Vulnerable and Has Dementia

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At the request of the Suffolk County Police Department- Headquarters, a New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued relating to the disappearance of Salvatore Iervolino, 78, of Hauppauge at 6:29 pm on ...

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Update - May 22, 2015 - The New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert on behalf of the Suffolk County Police Department- Headquarters for Salvatore Iervolino is now cancelled as of 03:54 am on May 22, 2015.

The original press release is below.

Hauppauge, NY - May 21, 2015 - At the request of the Suffolk County Police Department- Headquarters, a New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued relating to the disappearance of Salvatore Iervolino, 78, of Hauppauge at 6:29 pm on May 21, 2015.

Salvatore is a 78-year-old missing vulnerable adult with dementia. He was last seen in Hauppauge at 10:30 AM on May 21 and was driving a gray 2002 Nissan Maxima with New York registration 503521. Salvatore was wearing a light salmon colored jacket, a blue shirt, black pants, black shoes and and black cap. He has numerous scars on his chest due to surgery and uses crutches to get around. Salvatore may seem confused and may be in need of medical attention.

DOB: 11/29/1936
Sex: Male
HGT: 5'03"
WGT: 235 lbs.
Hair: Gray
Eyes: Green
Race: White

Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-346-3543.