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Belcourt man located, Silver Alert canceled

Cecil Jeanotta has been located, according to an update on the Rolette County Facebook page.

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Cecil Jeanotta
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BELCOURT, N.D. — A Silver Alert has been canceled for a Belcourt, North Dakota man on Monday morning, Aug. 15.

Cecil Jeanotta, 77 of Belcourt, was located, according to a Facebook update from the Rolette County Sheriff's Office.

A Silver Alert had been issued for Jeanotta after his family could not locate him early Monday morning.

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Cecil Jeanotta's truck.

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