UPDATE: Carl Reeves was found safe in Weatherford Thursday evening, according to Callahan County Sheriff Terry Joy.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has issued a Silver Alert for a missing Callahan County man.
Carl Don Reeves, 77, of Baird has dementia and is believed to be in danger.
Reeves was last seen about 6:45 p.m. Wednesday at the Red Star Truck Stop in Eastland.
He could be driving a silver, 2011 Jeep Compass with Texas license plate JFJ0905.
If you see Reeves or his SUV, call 911 or the Callahan County Sheriff’s Office at (325) 854-1444.
ACTIVE SILVER ALERT for Carl Reeves from Callahan County, TX, on 09/28/2017, Texas plate JFJ0905 pic.twitter.com/WyPxvznm79— Texas Alerts (@TX_Alerts) September 28, 2017
A Silver Alert is issued when an elderly person with Alzheimer's disease, or another form of dementia, goes missing due to their mental condition and could be in danger.
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