Missing Suffolk County Teen With Special Needs Found SafeAuthorities say 16-year-old Brianna Lane disappeared from her home in Mastic Beach.
Police: 17-Year-Old Boy With Bipolar Disorder, Depression Missing In Long IslandSuffolk County police are searching for 17-year-old boy after he was reported missing Tuesday.
Silver Alert Issued For Elderly Man Who Went Missing In Upper West SideA silver alert has been issued for an elderly man who went missing in the Upper West Side.
Nassau Police: 83-Year-Old Man With Dementia MissingA silver alert has been issued in Nassau County for a missing man with symptoms of Alzheimer's.
Nassau Police: Missing FDNY EMT From Long Island Found In Fair ConditionNassau County police said Rema Rodriguez was found in fair condition, but did not elaborate on where she was found.
Search On For Missing Westchester County Man With Dementia, Parkinson's DiseaseGary McKeon, 67, was last seen at his home in Somers around 7:30 a.m. Friday.
Silver Alert Issued For Missing Suffolk County ManMedio Figliolia, 87, was last seen standing in his driveway at 8 Southhaven Ave in Mastic on the morning of September 18, according authorities.
Suffolk County Man Found Safe After Silver AlertA missing elderly man from Suffolk County who suffers from dementia was found safe in New York City Wednesday night.
Police: Missing 78-Year-Old Brentwood Man Found SafeA Silver Alert had been issued late Wednesday night for 78-year-old Kurt Werner.
Silver Alert Issued For Kurt Werner, 78, Of BrentwoodKurt Werner is described as white with green eyes, and short brown hair. He is 5-foot-6, weighs 135 pounds and was wearing a brown leather jacket, a grey shirt, blue jeans, and a brown hat.
Alerts Issued In Conn. For Missing Hartford, Brookfield TeensAuthorities say 16-year-old Austin Cyr disappeared from Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford last Thursday and 17-year-old Henry Ralph Manning went missing from Brookfield on Friday.
Stories From Main Street: Teaneck Company Tracks Alzheimer's Patients Using ShoesPerhaps you've seen them on the highways - silver alerts. It can be frightening when a person with Alzheimer's Disease disappears. Some caregivers are tracking movements with GPS in a car. A Teaneck company has taken the next logical step.