COLLINSVILLE, Okla - A silver alert issued Wednesday for an 87-year-old Collinsville man has been canceled.
According to the Rogers County Sheriff's Office, Alvin Lyles who first went missing around 4 p.m. has been found.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said a state trooper was able to intercept him on State Highway 66 in Creek County after a citizen spotted his vehicle heading westbound between Bristow and Kellyville.
The trooper waited with Lyles at the Bristow Police Department until relatives arrived.
At the time the alert was issued, he was described as being possibly near Eastland Mall and last seen wearing a red jacket, khaki pants, gray Velcro tennis shoes and a black ball cap and possibly driving a Ford Escape.
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