The New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert issued Sunday morning relating to the disappearance of a Rockland County man has been canceled.
Andy Yurowitz of Monsey was spotted by a Teaneck resident who quickly called police, according to this Daily Voice report.
Yurowtiz, who authorities said has dementia, once worked for E.F. Hutton in Manhattan and was involved in a money laundering case in the late 1980s in which a federal judge ordered the charges against him dropped. For more on that, click here.
Original report, Sunday, 7:30 a.m.
A New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued Sunday morning relating to the disappearance of a Hudson Valley man.
The Ramapo Town Police Department requested the alert be put into effect after 81-year-old Andy Yurowitz of Monsey went missing.
In addition to Rockland, the alert includes most of downstate New York.
Yurowitz, who has dementia and may be in need of medical attention, is 5-foot-11, 180 pounds with hazel eyes and thinning gray hair.
He was last seen at his home on Kupperman Lane, in Monsey, between the hours of 2:30 a.m. and 5 a.m. on Sunday.
He was driving a 2003 black Subaru Legacy wagon with tinted windows and the New York license plate CZL-2369. He was last seen wearing a black suit, white shirt and a yarmulke.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts should immediately call Ramapo Police (845) 357-2400 or 911.
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