LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. — The Arizona Department of Public Safety has called off their Silvert Alert for Richard and June Drewfs of Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
The couple was discovered with their vehicle after a crash on the I-10 just before 1 p.m. on Saturday. The crash occured near mile marker 129, and they both were taken to hospital.
The family has been notified.
Original Silver Alert:
Per a Silver Alert released by DPS, the missing couple suffers from dementia, and left the area of 3000 Shoshone Dr. in Lake Havasu City around 2:30 p.m. on Friday. They were heading to the store from Jasmine Place, an assisted living facility, but never returned.
June Drewfs is described as 90 years old, with white hair and blue eyes. June stands 5'3" tall and wieghs 134 pounds.
DPS says that neither of the two have a cell phone, and that they were last seen in their Beige 2005 Lincoln four door sedan with an Arizona license plate of AFD6084.
If you know of their whereabouts, or have seen them, please call 911. Or, call the Lake Havasu Police Department at 928-855-4111.
PLEASE SHARE: A Silver Alert has been issued for a beige 2005 Lincoln sedan with Arizona plate AFD 6084, driven by Richard and June Drewfs. They were last seen Friday in Lake Havasu City. If you have information, call 911. More: https://t.co/6T9QMI73DK pic.twitter.com/GiRNamyBAm— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) February 9, 2019