Beavercreek police: Man listed as endangered missing is found safe


UPDATE @ 7:50 p.m.: The missing adult has been found safe in Beavercreek, according to police department spokesman Capt. Jeff Fiorita.

Robert T. Beers is with his family, the captain said.

FIRST REPORT

Beavercreek police are asking for your help in locating a missing/endangered adult who was last seen just before 1 p.m. Monday.

Robert T. Beers, 68, has gray hair, blue eyes, about 165 pounds and approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, according to the police department.

He was last seen wearing a red and black thermal shirt, blue jeans and possibly a black coat.

Beers was last seen driving a 2008 gray Nissan Altima bearing Ohio license tag FZM 4275. Family members said they believe he was headed for Mt. Zion Church in Sugarcreek.

He suffers from several medical conditions for which he is taking medications, according to his family.

Please call the police department, 937 426-1225, if see Beers or his vehicle.

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