Missing Shoreline man is back home with his family

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Frank Mina is at home now
Frank Mina left the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Senior, where he spends part of every day, at 2pm on Monday, August 5, 2019. When he didn't return home by evening, his family reported him missing and started looking for him.

Frank has been with his local family for a relatively short time, moving here from out of state. The family had then, very recently, moved out of Shoreline. The family was worried that he would not be able to find his way home.

Family members contacted Senior Center staff, who put the word out on the Senior Center Facebook page and every other social media site where they could post his story.

Tips received from the Facebook story paid off.

Around 2pm on Tuesday, August 6, 2019, he was located and returned to his family. He had been gone for 24 hours. He had eaten during that time but had not slept. He had been inside most of the time he was gone.

The family is greatly relieved and grateful to all the people who helped. The Senior Center, with all they learned from the experience, is writing a protocol for locating missing seniors.


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