FRANKLIN COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — Just minutes after the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) issued a Silver Alert for a missing 65-year-old man with dementia, Franklin County authorities announced the man had been located.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office reported on Saturday, Oct. 15 that Forrest H. McCullough II left his home in the Gourdneck Road NW area at approximately 10:30 a.m. on foot, adding that he was believed to be heading toward Tullahoma.
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In the poster for the Silver Alert released Saturday evening, the TBI said McCullough was last seen in Tullahoma wearing a blue jean shirt, Carhartt pants, brown boots, and a camo hat.
Then, shortly after the Silver Alert was issued, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office wrote the following statement on Facebook:
“Our office would like to thank Franklin County EMA Rescue and Moore County EMA. The hard work by both organizations and their K9 teams led them to Mr. McCullough. Mr. McCullough is in good physical shape and he has been reunited with his family.”
Meanwhile, TBI officials said they are “always grateful for a fast resolution!”