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Missing Apostolos Kousoulas Found and OK, According to Family

NEW YORK – Apostolos “Paul” Kousoulas, the 87 year-old man who had been reported missing in Brooklyn on June 17 was “found around 12:30 AM last night,” according to Konstantinos Gus Kousoulas.

The elder Kousoulas suffers from dementia and had been missing since the morning of June 17. Family members posted on social media that “we found our uncle and he is ok.”

Family members also thanked all those who reposted the Silver Alert. Peggy D. Sideratos, whose mother is a cousin of Apostolos Kousoulas, posted on Facebook, “Thank you so much everyone for your prayers. He was found thanks to a good Samaritan and the help of the police at the 62nd precinct.”

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