Silver Alert: Man, 89, Missing From Boca Raton

George Silverman

Boca Raton Police say George Silverman is missing and suffers from mild dementia. He was last seen in Boca Raton Thursday morning.

Update 11:14p: Mr. Silverman has been found. He is safe.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Please keep your eyes open for 89-year-old George Silverman as you are out and about. He is missing from the Broken Sound area and suffers from mild dementia.

According to police:

The Boca Raton Police are investigating a report of a missing adult, George Silverman. Mr. Silverman was last seen at his home this morning at 10:30 a.m. by his girlfriend. He told her he was going to the Polo Shops but has not returned. Mr. Silverman is 89 years old, 6’0 tall, weighs 144 pounds, has silver hair and wears glasses. He left his home in Broken Sound driving a white 2002 Lexus GS430 four door, bearing Florida tag GESI. Mr. Silverman suffers from mild dementia. If anyone has seen Mr. Silverman or knows his current whereabouts they are asked to call the Boca Raton Police at (561) 368-6201 or their local police agency.


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