NEW INFORMATION: Search called off for missing man in Vernon County

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LAFARGE, Wis. (RELEASE) -- Tyler Coyote, 72, has been found.

The search has been called off.

No further information has been released.


Sheriff John B. Spears is requesting the publics help in locating a 72-year-old man who walked away from his residence at s3103 Twin Ash Ave, Lafarge, WI.

Tyler Coyote, age 72 left his residence on foot on October 10, 2013 at approximately 10am.

Tyler Coyote may possibly have Alzheimer's. He was wearing blue jeans, dark tennis shoes, blue denim jacket, a cap, and he is carrying a small green bag.

He is approximately 5'8, 145 pounds, has brownish, gray long hair, and is possibly wearing a pony tail.

Tyler Coyote was last seen walking eastbound on State Highway 82, east of Lafarge near Maple Lane.

If anyone has seen Tyler Coyote or has given him a ride somewhere, please call the Vernon County Sheriff's Department at (608)637-2123 with information.

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