Update: The missing person has been found. Here is the police report:
9:50 p.m. Friday: Mr. McClellan has been located by City of Peekskill Police. We would like to thank the Westchester County Department of Public Safety K9 and Aviation, and the New York State Police K9 for their invaluable assistance which ultimately led to Mr. McClellan’s location. He was ultimately tracked by bloodhounds and found by officers from the three departments in an overgrown area just north of Belden St. He had fallen off of a six foot wall into very thick brush. It is believed he was there for several hours and there is no question the efforts of all of the Emergency Responders contributed to his being located in good condition. Mr. McClellan has been transported to the Hudson Valley Hospital for further evaluation. Peekskill Police would additionally like to thank the Peekskill Fire Department, Peekskill EMS and the Peekskill Office of Emergency Management for their assistance and the media for their prompt broadcast of Mr. McClellan’s information, it was truly a team effort.
9:15 p.m. Friday: Mr. McClellan has been located and is being evaluated at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center. The City of Peekskill Police would like to thank the Westchester County and New York State Police along with the Peekskill Fire Department, Peekskill EMS, and Peekskill OEM for their assistance. Thank you to all of our Facebook friends as well for getting the word out.
Posted around 7 p.m. Friday:
The Peekskill Police have issued a missing persons alert looking for an 85-year-old black male, Henry McClellan. He has Alzheimer's Disease and went missing from his home Friday afternoon. He was last seen in his pajamas and slippers and is believed to have wandered off on foot. He walks with a cane. The man was last seen wearing pajamas in the area of John St & St. Mary Pl. in Peekskill between 2:10 pm and 3:35 pm today.
Please call at (914) 737-8000 with any information.