Update: According to the Indiana State Police, the Silver Alert has been cancelled.

Silver Alert 020-2023 issued on March 3, 2023 on Elizabeth Ann Tyring has been cancelled as of March 3, 2023. For more information on this cancellation, please contact the Evansville Police Department at 812-436-7979.

Indiana State Police have issued a Silver Alert for a missing Evansville woman.

Statewide Silver Alert

According to Indiana State Police, a statewide Silver Alert has been issued for a missing woman from Evansville, Indiana. According to a press release, the Evansville Police Department is currently investigating the disappearance of 91-year-old Elizabeth (Ann) Tyring.

Elizabeth (Ann) Tyring

Authorities say that the missing woman is 91 years old. She has brown hair and brown eyes. Elizabeth (Ann) Tyring is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds, according to police.

Last Seen

Elizabeth (Ann) Tyring was last seen driving a 2007 Toyota Camry that authorities say is gray, and has Indiana license plate VBA120. The missing Evansville woman was last seen at 11 am on Friday, March 3, 2023.

Indiana State Police

May Require Medical Attention

Indiana State Police say that Elizabeth (Ann) Tyring is believed to be in "extreme danger" and they say that she may be in need of medical assistance.

If You Have Any Information

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Elizabeth (Ann) Tyring, you are asked to contact the Evansville Police Department by calling 812-436-7979 or call 911.

What is a Silver Alert?

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a Silver Alert is:

a widely publicized bulletin that alerts the public when an elderly person or a person with a cognitive disability goes missing

In Indiana, the criteria for a Silver Alert, according to the Indiana State Police, includes:

The person must be a Missing Endangered Adult, Missing Endangered Child, or High Risk Missing Person or have a mental impairment validated through a credible medical authority (Physician, Physician’s Assistant, or Nurse Practitioner).

2. There must be enough descriptive information to believe the broadcast will help.

3. Request must be recommended by the law enforcement agency of jurisdiction.



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