Missing, endangered Huber Heights man back with family


UPDATE @ 9:20 p.m.

A missing, endangered Huber Heights man has been found and is back with family, according to a news release sent tonight from the police department.

FIRST REPORT

Police are asking for the public’s help in finding an endangered, missing man from Huber Heights. 

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Shawn Scott, 23, is missing from the area of Rustic Woods Drive and Taylorsville Road and was last seen on Monday afternoon, according to a release from the Huber Heights Police Division. 

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Scott is described as a bi-racial male, five-foot 11-inches tall, weighing 160 pounds. He was last seen wearing dark grey sweat pants, a brown jacket with a grey hood, and black shoes. 

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Scott is known to frequent areas in Huber Heights and on Miller Lane in Butler Twp., police said. 

If you see Scott, you’re urged to contact Huber Heights police at 937-233-1565. 

We’ll continue to update this page with the latest information as it develops. 


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