FOUND: Man with Alzheimer’s reported missing from his Lakewood home

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LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Police reported that a man suffering from Alzheimer’s who was reported missing from his Lakewood home since Thursday evening was found Friday morning.

William Levin was last seen at 5 p.m. in Lakewood. Police deactivated the missing senior alert for Levin just before 9 a.m. Friday.

He was described as a white man 5-foot-6 weighing 190 pounds.  Levin has gray hair and is balding, he also wears glasses.

Lakewood Police reported he may be wearing a black Windbreaker with a yellow collar, a red/white/blue/yellow horizontal striped polo shirt, with blue jeans and black tennis shoes.

Authorities were concerned because Levin suffers from Alzheimer’s and is an insulin dependent diabetic.

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