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Indiana State Police
Thomas Sodano

A Statewide Silver Alert has been declared

The Allen County Sheriff is investigating the disappearance of an adult from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Fort Wayne Indiana is located approximately 120 miles north of Indianapolis, IN. Thomas Sodano is an 80 year old white male, 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 185 lbs., with medium length brown hair and brown eyes. Thomas Sodano was last seen today, June 1, at 8:30 am EST in Fort Wayne, and is believed to be in danger and may require medical attention. Thomas Sodano was last seen wearing blue jeans, a blue tee shirt, and casual shoes. He has a tattoo of a bird on each side of his chest and a faded tattoo on his underarm that says “mom and dad”. Thomas Sodano may have been traveling to Decatur Indiana to visit a flea market.

Thomas Sodano is believed to be driving a 2007 white Ford Ranger truck, with Indiana plate TK439MDY

If you have any information on Thomas Sodano, contact the Allen County Sheriff by calling

260-449-3000

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