Missing man reunited with family.
Clyde Alborough, a local Parkhill resident, was reported missing by his wife Lyn on Sunday morning, after he had not returned home from a walk the day before.
At seventy six years of age, and suffering from dementia, his whereabouts were a growing concern as his safety was unknown.
A joint effort between the Durban North Umhlanga Crisis Team (DNUCT), Crisis Medical and Marshall Security, saw an extensive search effort executed, as members of the greater Durban community searched high and low.
Finally on Monday afternoon, Clyde was spotted by a member of the public in Monty Naiker Street in the Durban CBD. Marshall Security and Crisis Medical paramedics responded to the scene and with the assistance of the DNUCT, Clyde's identity was confirmed.
Although slightly dehydrated and confused, Clyde was not in any medical danger. He was assessed on scene and taken home to a very concerned and loving wife.
Well done to everyone who assisted in ensuring a happy outcome and ultimately Clyde's safety.
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