HERNANDO COUNTY, Fla; – Missing Endangered Adults Albert and Cynthia Allen were located early Thursday morning deceased in their vehicle off of Powell Road in Brooksville, according to deputies.
“The vehicle appeared to have been involved in a single-vehicle accident. The couples’ next of kin has been notified,” said Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.
The Florida Highway Patrol is in the process of conducting an investigation into the cause of the accident.
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The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance from the community in locating two MISSING ENDANGERED ADULTS.
A family member noticed Albert and Cynthia Allen’s vehicle was missing from their house on Star Road in Brooksville at 3:15 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 29.
Mr. Allen suffers from dementia and is deaf. Mrs. Allen recently suffered a stroke and is partially paralyzed. Neither Mr. nor Mrs. Allen took their medications with them when they left.
Deputies say Mr. Allen, 76, is believed to be driving a green 2005 Saturn Relay minivan bearing Florida tag/0016TM. Mr. Allen’s phone has been pinged within a 3-mile radius of Hernando Oaks, off U.S. 41 in Brooksville.
76-year-old Albert Allen’s physical description is as follows:
- White Male
- Height – 5’10”
- Weight – 235 lbs.
- Eyes – Green
- Hair – White
Additional information – Albert has a large scar under his left arm and only one front tooth.
73-year-old Cynthia Allen’s physical description is as follows:
- White Female
- Height – 5’3″
- Weight – 240 lbs.
- Eyes – Blue
- Hair – White
Additional information – Cynthia has a tattoo of a teddy bear on her right shoulder.
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