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Letter: Lost Man’s Safe Return

During this past week, we reported our father, Paul Stanco, who is almost 82 years old, had gone missing while on an errand. After over 24 hours, Paul was found on Wednesday evening on a back road in Locust Valley; he was immediately sent for treatment where he was deemed dehydrated but healthy to return home, after a short stay in the Hospital. We are happy to say that he is now finding comfort back with his family.


The family of Paul Stanco would like to thank our friends and neighbors for their assistance, love and support during this trying time. We especially want to thank the Glen Cove Police Department for their compassion and efforts that went to locating our father. Through them, the Silver Alert network was utilized which sent our father’s information out onto the highway digital signs, out to the media, and out to the rest of Long Island’s law enforcement precincts. We would also like to acknowledge the Old Brookville Police Department as well as the Locust Valley EMS who were first on the scene when Paul was found.


We would also like to thank Mayor Suozzi and his staff for their concern and involvement with the search. We cannot express enough our gratitude to everyone in our community for their prayers and support.


The Family of Paul Stanco