Search Called Off for Elderly Greenville Man Suffering from dementia, Still Missing $10,000 Reward

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GREENVILLLE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OffICE -- The Search for a missing person continues. The following alert was posted on the sheriff's office Face Book April 5, 2018.


**Update April 13, 2018 Greenville County Sheriff's Office Announced:

"As of around 2:00 this afternoon, the active search for Dale Hunter in an around the Altamont Road area, has been called off. Search teams have conducted extensive searches in the area throughout the past week with no indication to his whereabouts. This is still an active missing persons case and investigators will continue to investigate all leads as they come in. Search teams may search in targeted-specific areas if information regarding his whereabouts is substantiated. Investigators asked that anyone with information regarding his whereabouts, to call 911 or crimestoppers or Greenville at 23-CRIME."

**Update April 11, 2018 ** Day 5 of Search

Dale Hunnter is still Missing. Family: $10,000 Reward for safe return.


Deputies from the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office are currently searching for 76 year-old, Dale Hunter, after he went missing from his residence, in the 1200 block of Altamont Road, this morning. Hunter was last seen at his residence, today, at approximately 11:45am, wearing a blue shirt, with blue jeans, and a green bath robe. Hunter suffers from dementia and reportedly left his residence to go walking but has yet to return. The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office has air support and bloodhounds assisting in the search. Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Hunter is asked to call 911 immediately.



Dale Hunter 

5'11" and 162 pounds, with white hair and blue eyes.

Suffers from dementia and is deaf.

(photo Greenville County Police Face Book)

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