UPDATE: Georgia Couple Missing After Landing in Manchester, NH, Found
9:20 a.m. UPDATE: Marlin “Bud” Scheib and Ann Scheib have been safely located, according to NH State Police. No information was disclosed about where or how they were found.
New Hampshire State Police issued a Silver Alert for an elderly couple from Georgia that went missing after landing at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport Friday afternoon.
Marlin “Bud” Scheib, 90, and Ann Scheib, 80, landed around noon and rented a 2018 Nissan Rogue to drive to a family wedding in Woodstock, Vermont, but never made it there. Their cell phones last pinged around 6 p.m, according to police.
The car has Florida license plates 83AUNB.
Marlin “Bud” Scheib is described as 6 feet and 160 pounds with gray hair and blue eyes. He is missing the tip of his nose from surgery.
Ann Scheib is described as 5 feet 7 inches and 160 pounds with brown/gray hair and brown eyes.
Family members told police that the couple are both experiencing the onset of cognitive memory issues and Mr. Scheib is diabetic.
State Police asked anyone who comes in contact with them to call Bristol Police at 603-744-6320.
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