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Port St. Lucie Police seek help finding Missing Endangered elderly couple

Port St. Lucie Police seek help finding Missing Endangered elderly couple.

UPDATE: LOCATED: Paul and Yvonne Voight have been located by Lake Forest PD in Illinois. The couple were transported to a hospital for observation and are expected to be ok. Their family has been notified. Thank you to everyone who helped with their safe recovery.

Port St. Lucie Police seek help finding Missing Endangered elderly couple

Port St. Lucie, Fl (treasurecoast.com)- The Port St. Lucie Police Department is asking for help locating missing endangered couple; eighty-nine-year-old, Mr. Paul Voight DOB 08/25/30 and eighty-nine-year-old Mrs. Yvonne Voight DOB 06/30/31 (2200 block of SE Mariola Avenue, Port St. Lucie). Both Paul and Yvonne Voight were last seen in Port St Lucie on July 2, 2020 at 3:30 am. They left in their 2008 white Honda Ridgeline pickup with FL Tag POT-E96. They are possibly en route to Wisconsin and their cell phone is shut off. During their traveling, contact was made with the couple on July 4, 2020 (out of state). Their credit card was last used at a McDonalds in Dayton Ohio, but their last transaction was in Indianapolis, Indiana, this afternoon.

Paul and Yvonne Voight suffer from cognitive impairment and Yvonne is dependent on numerous medications. It appears the couple are driving aimlessly in the three-state area of Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana.

*Paul Carlton Voight is a white male, 5’6” tall, about 170 lbs., gray hair, blue eyes and unknown clothing description.

*Yvonne Voight is a white female, 5’5” tall, about 130 lbs., gray hair, blue eyes and unknown clothing description.

If you see or know the whereabouts of Paul and Yvonne Voight, Police ask that you immediately call 911 or the Port St. Lucie Police Department at 772-871-5001 and refer to case #2020-13830 and 2020-13836.

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