State Police: Delaware man awaiting sentencing in US Capitol riot located after being reported missing

Delaware State Police have canceled a gold alert for a man awaiting sentencing in the U.S. Capitol riot. 

Authorities say 53-year-old Kevin Seefried of Laurel was reported missing after he was last seen on Thursday in the Dagsboro area and attempts to contact him were unsuccessful. 

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Police say there was concern for his safety and well-being. 

Seefried and his son, 24-year-old Hunter Seefried, have been convicted in connection with the U.S. Capitol riot, per federal officials. 

According to prosecutors, the father-and-son duo traveled to Washington from their Laurel, Delaware, home and were among the first rioters to approach the building near the Senate Wing door. 


Authorities say published photographs showed Seefried carrying a Confederate battle flag inside the Capitol as he and his son entered the building through a broken window. 

Seefried is scheduled to be sentenced in January, officials say.