UPDATE: Troopers Locate Missing Elderly Driver

UPDATE: Troopers Locate Missing Elderly Driver

‘Missing Endangered Person Advisory’ Canceled

SKIPPACK PA – An elderly Upper Frederick man who was the subject of a Pennsylvania State Police “missing endangered persons advisory” issued this week from the troopers’ Skippack barracks has been successfully found, and the advisory canceled, they said.

Troopers reported finding William Trumbore, 87, of Big Road, Upper Frederick, on Wednesday evening (Jan. 18, 2017) after 6 p.m., after he was said to be missing about 24 hours earlier.

No other details of about the closure of the missing persons alert were offered, including the state of Trumbore’s health, if he was returned home or elsewhere, or where he was located. State police earlier had said they feared he may have been “confused.”

The story of Trumbore’s disappearance prompted many readers, including those of The Schwenksville Post, to share it more than 1,100 times across social media outlets. Several people called troopers to offer information they hoped would be of help.

Read The Post’s earlier story, below.

Troopers Search For Upper Frederick Man

UPPER FREDERICK PA – An 87-year-old Upper Frederick Township man who was headed home Tuesday night (Jan. 17, 2017) from a Sumneytown location failed to arrive as expected “and may be confused,” according to Pennsylvania State Police at the Skippack barracks, who are searching for him.

William Trumbore (at right), of 2849 Big Rd., is the subject of a missing person advisory issued Wednesday (Jan. 18) by troopers. Trumbore left the house of Francis Kaufman, 3168 Main St., Sumneytown, in his light blue Honda CRV, with the license plate DSP-3909. However, troopers say he was spotted early Wednesday morning, at 1 a.m., on southbound Route 33 at mile-marker 21.1 in Hamilton Township of Monroe County … 55 miles north of Sumneytown.

Trumbore “may be at special risk of harm or injury,” law enforcers said.

Anyone with information on Trumbore is asked to contact police immediately by calling 9-1-1, or the troopers at Skippack, 610-584-1250.