Missing Hamilton couple found safe


UPDATE @ 9:21 a.m.:

An Endangered Missing Adult Alert has been canceled after a Hamilton couple was found safe.

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Paul and Florence Vivian Freeman returned to their home overnight, according to the Fairfield Twp. Police Department.

“There was a miscommunication between family members regarding the whereabouts of the couple and their status,” police said. “Officers have been in contact with the couple and their family members.”


A statewide Endangered Missing Adult Alert has been issued for an elderly couple from Hamilton who drove away from their residence Monday morning and failed to return.

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Paul Freeman, 86, and Florence Vivian Freeman, 84, who are husband and wife, left their residence on Mill Pond Court in the city of Hamilton on December 31 at 9:30 a.m. and have yet to return, according to a release by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office,

Mr. Freeman is 6-foot-tall, weighs 185 pounds and has gray hair and blue eyes. Mrs. Freeman is 5-foot-2, weighs 123 pounds, and has blonde hair and blue eyes.

Both Mr. and Mrs. Freeman have early stages of dementia. Paul Freeman is also a diabetic and may be in need of his insulin.

The couple left their home in a white 2017 Toyota Camry with an Ohio license plate that says FREEMAN.

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If you see Mr. or Mrs. Freeman or the vehicle, you are asked to call 9-1-1, the Ohio Attorney General Missing Persons Unit at 866-693-9171 or Fairfield Twp. Police Department.

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