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UPDATE: Friedheim man found; endangered silver alert cancelled

Terry Culberson is reported missing.

UPDATE: Culberson was reported to be found at 2:16 p.m. the same day. The alert has been cancelled.

The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office issued an endangered silver advisory for a missing adult incident that occurred at 4659 Route KK, Friedheim at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, May 25.

The endangered silver advisory missing adult was Terry Culberson, a white, male, age 76, height 5′ 10″, 185 lbs, gray hair, blue eyes, wearing a black hat, wire-framed glasses, black shirt, and blue jeans.  Unique characteristics:  has gray goatee.

His vehicle is a red 2015 Jeep Patriot with license plate VF0H4G.

Culberson suffers from late stages of Alzheimer’s and is often confused as to what his name is. He told family he was leaving for work despite being retired for several years.

Gregory Dullum has worked for The Cash-Book Journal for more than 25 years. Prior to becoming the editor in May 2017, he was production manager, circulation manager and reporter. Before moving to Cape Girardeau in 1988, he was editor of the Saint Louis Park Sailor, a weekly community newspaper in suburban Minneapolis, MN. A native of Minnesota, he returned there after graduating with distinction in 1978 from Ambassador College in Pasadena, CA, with a degree in mass communications. His wife, Marie, whom he met in college, is a native of Zalma, a small town in southeast Missouri. They have two grown daughters and five grandchildren. Gregory may be reached at cashbook@mvp.net.

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