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UPDATE: Elderly man reported missing from Tucson Estates has been found

Olson was last seen Saturday afternoon in the area of Tucson Estates (Source: PCSD). Olson was last seen Saturday afternoon in the area of Tucson Estates (Source: PCSD).
PIMA COUNTY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

An elderly man reported missing from the west side of Tucson has been found safe, according to the Pima County Sheriff's Department.

Deputies with PCSD reported Alfred Olson, 88, missing from the Tucson Estates area of Pima County.

Less than two hours after alerting the public to Olson's disappearance, PCSD updated the situation to say that he had been found safe.

A release from PCSD stated Olson was wearing blue jeans and a white shirt. He has a USMC tattoo on his left forearm, according to the department.

The release stated Olson is about 6'1" and he has gray hair and blue eyes.

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