Silver Alert issued for 67-year-old man missing out of Topeka
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The Topeka Police Department is requesting help from the public to locate a 67-year-old man who went missing out of Topeka.
The TPD issued a Silver Alert Sunday, Sep. 17 for Steven Trahoon who may be suffering from symptoms of significant health issues.
Trahoon’s family told 13 NEWS he suffers from epilepsy and is without his medication.
According to the TPD, Trahoon was last seen around SW 26th Terrace and SW Westport Dr. around 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Sep. 16. His family said he was headed toward his home near 45th and Topeka Blvd. but never arrived.
Trahoon is a white male, 6′4″ tall, around 190 lbs., and has brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a maroon long-sleeve shirt and black slacks.
Trahoon’s family told 13 NEWS he is without his cell phone and has little knowledge of how to reach them.
“Steve is a caring person who would help any stranger,” his family pleaded. “He has epilepsy and is without his medication. We fear he may be in need of medical attention. We are asking community members to keep an eye out for Steve Trahoon or his blue Honda Fit and if seen call 785-368-9200.”
He was last seen driving in a blue Honda Fit with Kansas license plate 737 NJU, pictured below.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Shawnee County Emergency Communications Center at 785-368-9200, email email@example.com or contact the Topeka Police Criminal Investigation Bureau at 785-368-9400.
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