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BERKELEY, Mo. (KMOX) Police say A.C. Hines has been found in Indiana, in good condition.
At approximately 9:45am the victim’s daughter, Sheron Brown, responded to the Berkeley Police Department in reference to a missing person. Initial investigation revealed her father;
Mr. A.C. Hines
B/M 07/29/1933 (77 yoa)
8318 Pepperidge, Berkeley, MO 63134
was last seen by his private nurse on 12/13/2010 at 2015 hours. When the daughter responded to Mr. Hines’ residence on today’s date at 9:30am, she discovered he was missing, along with his;
1996 Lincoln Town Car, green in color, bearing MSL MA4-F5U.
Ms. Brown stated that her father was reported missing once before. On May 05, 2008 at 11:18pm, Mr. Hines was reported missing by this department, and was located on May 06, 2008 at 7:32pm in Haiti, MO.
Ms. Brown advised that Mr. Hines suffers from dementia, diabetes and COPD, all of which he takes medication for.
Upon attaching Mr. Brown’s vehicle information to the missing person teletype, it was discovered that there had been an inquiry on his license plate by the St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department on 12/14/2010 at approximately 1:00am. Mr. Hines was stopped at the U-Gas Station at Upper Bottom Rd and Page, due to Mr. Hines appearing to be lost. The Deputy provided directions to IS-70. Since there was nothing out of the ordinary, no evidence of foul play and Mr. Hines had not been reported as missing, he was allowed to leave.
A statewide BOLO has been sent to all agencies advising to contact this agency if Mr. Hines is located.
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Colonel Frank McCall, Jr.
Chief of Police
City of Berkeley Police Department
City of Berkeley – Police Department
5850 N. Hanley Road
Berkeley, Missouri, 63134
314-524-3311 / 314-264-2198 (FAX)