MILFORD, Del.- Delaware State Police have issued a gold alert for a Milford man who has been missing since last weekend.
Police said Benjamin W. Hollinger, 75, was last seen last leaving his home located on the 400 block of Cricket Hollow Lane on Sunday and has not returned. Hollinger's medical history is such that there is a real concern for his well-being, investigators said.
Hollinger is described as white, 6-foot-1, 275 pounds, with gray hair and brown eyes. It is unknown what he was last seen wearing. Troopers said he is possibly in the Wilmington area and may have traveled out of state to Maryland or Virginia. Hollinger may be operating a gray 2010 Jeep Liberty with Delaware registration PC141045.
Anyone with any information regarding Hollinger's whereabouts is asked to contact DSP Troop 3 at (302) 697-4454. You may also provide a tip by texting keyword "DSP" plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES). Tipsters may also provide information through lines maintained by Delaware Crime Stoppers at (800) TIP-3333. Callers can also submit information via www.tipsubmit.com.
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