UPDATE: Elderly couple missing from Cleveland found safe

UPDATE: From the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office:  “We have confirmed that the missing couple are now home and in good shape.  All alerts have been canceled.”

ORIGINAL ARTICLE: An elderly couple is missing in the Cleveland area, according to the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office.

The couple left their home in the Campbell Acres subdivision in southern San Jacinto County between 9 and 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21.

They were traveling to Weatherford, Texas, for the holiday. The couple has not shown up in Weatherford and has not been heard from by the family.

The male is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease and possible Dementia. The female is a cancer patient.

According to family members, their most probable route should have been through San Jacinto County to Walker County, then I-45 North to the Dallas area.

A Silver Alert has been issued statewide for this couple, and they are entered into the Statewide Law Enforcement Database for Missing Persons.
Their names are: David McMillan, an 83-year-old white male, and Nell McMillan, a 76-year-old white female.

They are believed to be driving a 2014 Maroon Dodge Ram 2500 4 door Pick-up Truck bearing a license plate of HMC-3709.

The truck has a black brush guard on the front and a lifted body.

Anyone having information on this couple is requested to contact their local law enforcement agency or the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office at 936-653-4367.

 

 

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