A 62-year-old man who wandered away from a Delta Township store Tuesday has been found safe and unharmed in Detroit.
Farhan Silevany was spotted on the highway near the intersections of Interstates 75 and 94. A state trooper responded and took him to a Detroit hospital to be checked out.
Deputies say Silevany was cold, but otherwise in good shape. They don't know how he got to the Detroit area.
Silevany, who has Alzheimer's and can't speak, disappeared while shopping with his family at a Menards.
A daughter was on her way to Detroit to pick up her father and bring him home.
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