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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A man missing since Tuesday has been found safe.
A Golden Alert was issued for 64-year-old Stewart Cleaver after he was last seen at the InTown Suites off of Westport Road. Authorities say he suffered from dementia.
Louisville Metro Police say he was found unharmed in West Virginia yesterday. This was the fifth Golden Alert issued this year.
Jody Duncan with MetroSafe says, "Normally the family or someone like that says that someone is missing. They usually have diminished capacity, that's what determines it to be a Golden Alert. Then, they do a missing person's report and then, a police officer will call us and determine if it needs to be issued and we'll go ahead and issue it."
MetroSafe says most Golden Alerts are canceled within just hours when people are found.