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Missing Twin Lakes man found

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TWIN LAKES, Idaho - Mr. Fraker has been found by Search and Rescue. According to Lt. Stu Miller with the Kootenai County Sheriff's Office, medical has been requested for an evaluation.




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On August 2, 2014 at about 8:30 PM, the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office responded to 25000 block of Fjord Road, in the Twin Lakes, ID area for a missing person. 

Family members reported that their 84 year old grandfather, Martin C. Fraker of Twin Lakes, walked away from the residence about three hours earlier and they were unable to locate him.


Deputies and the Sheriff’s Volunteer Search and Rescue Unit are currently searching the area, including the dense woods, for Mr. Fraker.
 


Mr. Fraker suffers from diabetes and Alzheimer’s. Mr. Fraker is 6’2”, about 165 pounds and has gray hair. He also wears glasses with an eye patch. Mr. Fraker was last seen wearing a blue shirt, blue jeans and boots.

If anyone has seen Mr. Fraker, please call the Sheriff’s Office.

The attached picture was taken four years ago. A more recent picture is not available at this time.

Further details will be released once they are available.

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