Found Safe NC - Charles, 81, & Maxine Whitener, 80, Denver, Lincoln Co., 2 Dec 2019 *dementia*

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  1. GuyfromCanada

    GuyfromCanada Well-Known Member

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    DENVER, N.C. — A Greenville, North Carolina couple is missing after authorities in Lincoln County say they left their son's home in Denver on Monday. A Silver Alert has been issued.

    Officials say Charles Whitener, 81, and his wife Maxine, 80, were last seen leaving their son's home on Beth Haven Church Road on December 2. The couple is believed to be suffering from dementia or some other cognitive impairment.

    Authorities believe the Whiteners may have traveled in the wrong direction and ended up in Tennessee.

    Mr. Whitener is described as a black male, 6-foot, 260 pounds, with short gray hair, and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing burgundy pants with a blue shirt and blue jacket.

    Mrs. Whitener is described as a black female, 5-foot-7, 140 pounds, with medium length black hair, and brown eyes.

    Authorities say they were last seen driving a silver 2007 Toyota Avalon with North Carolina license plate number WTL-5507.

    Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office at 704-732-9050 or Lincoln County Communications at 704-735-8202.

    Silver Alert Issued For Missing Greenville, N.C. Couple
     
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  2. MimosaMornings

    MimosaMornings Well- Known Member

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    Denver NC to Greenville NC (4.5 hours)

    Instead of going east on I-40 wondering if they went west towards TN?

    And dementia? Hoping they have a cell phone.
     
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    Well, I sure hope someone helps them soon. I know their son has to be worried sick about them.
     
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    MimosaMornings Well- Known Member

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    I-40 going towards Asheville is mountainous driving compared to flatter eastern part of the state. Not a toll road either.
     
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    Police believe the Whiteners may have traveled in the wrong direction and ended up in Tennessee

    Silver Alert issued for missing NC couple in their 80s
     
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    Thank goodness !! Also from the above article :

    Elderly Greenville, N.C. Couple Found Safe

    When LE stated they might be in TN, I guessed they were tracking either their car or phone. Maybe not. :confused: Either way, glad they have been found safe.

    Map from Denver, NC to Lenoir, NC below. Looks like they may have totally missed the exit onto I-40. MOO

    خرائط ‪Google‬‏‏
     
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    Great news!!
     

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