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#Virginia #SeniorAlert ACTIVATION: Missing #LoudounCounty Man

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Officenty Sheriff's Office is searching for Mr. Albert Vandegriek, 87, of Sterling, Va. Mr. Vandegriek is a white male with white hair and blue eyes. He is 6'2 and weighs 195 lbs.

He was last seen April 22, 2019 at approximately 2 p.m. at Providence Village Drive in Sterling driving a white 2004 Subaru station wagon with Virginia license plate ZJ-2363. He was last seen wearing a black and white shirt with gray pants.

Mr. Vandegriek suffers from a cognitive impairment. Please contact the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office at 703-777-1021 or dial 911.

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RT: #Virginia #SeniorAlert ACTIVATION: @LoudounSheriff searching for Mr. Albert Vandegriek, 87, of #Sterling. Last seen 4/22/19 at Providence Village Drive driving a white 2004 Subaru station wagon w/VA license plate ZJ-2363. Call #Loudoun Sheriff 703-777-1021 or dial 911. @VaDOT

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UPDATE 13600 block Bent Tree Circle, Centreville: Red Cross assisting 30 displaced occupants from 13 apartments. Damages $616,548. Cause remains under investigation. Cause of death for one deceased is pending autopsy. No firefighter injuries. #FCFRD

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