This page is an ALERT ONLY page for Missing and Endangered People in Illinois. If someone you know is missing or in trouble please call 911.

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FAQ: Is the Endangered Missing Person Advisory the same as Silver Search?

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If you have questions about Alzheimer's or how to help protect a loved one who may wander, call our free 24/7 Helpline. 1.800.272.3900. We are always available.

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UPDATE: Daniel Hicks has been located. Thank you.

Morton Police Department is looking for Daniel Hicks he missing from Morton, Hick's is 88 years old, male, white, gray hair, blue eyes. He was last seen yesterday 03/07/2018 at 7:00am and was wearing a purple jacket, beige pants and dress shoes. He left in his silver 1999 dodge pickup truck, Illinois truck plates of 6, 6, 3, 3, S, A. Mr. Hicks suffers from Dementia and memory loss. Mr. Hick's could be in the Joliet area, his wife is at St. Joe's Hospital in Joliet.


UPDATE: The advisory for Mr. Kropke has been canceled. Thank you for your help in looking for him.

Dale Kropke is a 76 year old white male. He is six feet tall and weighs 215 pounds. He has grey hair and blue eyes. He was last seen on March 5 at 10:30 am on his way to a medical appointment in Libertyville. He is driving a gold 2010 Toyota Prius, license plate B A N I 1. Dale has difficulty walking and uses a walker.

If you see Dale please call Round Lake Park Police Department at (847) 546-7275.

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UPDATE: Eileen was located. Thank you for your help.


Eileen D Edwards was last spoken to on March 4th, 2018. Eileen Edwards is a 91 year old, white female with brown hair, brown eyes. She is 5 feet 3 inches and weighs 125 pounds. Edwards has a medical history including dementia and cardiac syncope, which causes fainting. She may be driving a Blue 2003 Buick LeSabre 4 door with Illinois license plate, 1 9 6 8 2 0 2. Anyone with information should contact the Napverville Police Department at 630-420-6173

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UPDATE: Mr. Espinosa's family has provided the following update: " I just wanted to inform everyone that he was found today but unfortunately he has passed. Thank you all for everything, the love, support and help."

We also want to thank everyone for their efforts, and our thoughts are with the Espinosa family.
Ignacio Espinosa US missing. Ignacio suffers from Dementia, Diabetes and Hypertension.


Ignacio was last seen yesterday 03-04-2018 at around 4:00 pm at his residence in Chicago.

Ignacio is a 73 year old male, 5'6", 185 pounds, gray/black hair, brown eyes.

Ignacio was last seen wearing a gray coat with a white sweater underneath, and dark sweatpants. Ignacio is not carrying a wallet but is carrying a medical card with his information. Ignacio is able to provide his name and address if needed.

Anyone who may have seen Ignacio is asked to call Area North’s special victims unit at 312-744-8266.

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UPDATE: Robert has been located and is safe. Thank you.

Robert Wood is a 65 year old white male. He is five feet seven inches tall and weighs two hundred pounds. He drives a white and black 2017 Nissan Sedan, license plate Z-V-7-4-6-5-4. Robert was last seen in Arlington Heights on March 2, 2018 at 6:47 pm.

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UPDATE: Louis was located and is safe, thank you for your assistance.

Louis Dugan was last seen on foot leaving Symphony At Aria Nursing Home at 9:19 am. Mr. Dugan suffers from Alzheimer's and Schizophrenia. He is 62 years old with gray hair and hazel eyes. If you see him call the Hillside Police Department at (708) 449-6131.


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Should a loved one go missing, especially in colder temperatures, experts recommend calling 911 as soon as possible so that an Illinois Silver Search advisory or other public notification can be issued.

Seven Tips to Help Prevent Wandering:

#7 Secure trigger items: Some people will not go out without a coat, hat, pocketbook, keys, wallet, etc.

Seven Tips to Help Prevent Wandering:

#6 Monitoring devices: Try devices that signal when a door or window is opened. Place a pressure-sensitive mat at the door or bedside to alert of movement.

Seven Tips to Help Prevent Wandering:

#5 Doors and door knobs: Camouflage doors by painting them the same colors as the walls. Cover them with removable curtains or screens. Cover knobs with cloth in the color of the door or use childproof knobs.

Seven Tips to Help Prevent Wandering:

#4 Locks: Consider using locks and place them out of sight. Install slide bolts at the top or bottom of doors.

Seven Tips to Help Prevent Wandering:

#3 Nightwandering: Restrict fluids two hours before bedtime and ensure the person has gone to the bathroom just before bed. Also, use night lights throughout the home or facility.

Seven Tips to Help Prevent Wandering:

#2 Avoid busy places: Shopping malls and grocery stores can be confusing causing disorientation.

Seven Tips to Help Prevent Wandering:

#1 Carry out daily activities: Having a routine can provide structure so consider creating a daily plan.