UPDATE: Glenn Patrick Lett of Price Hill was found in the river in the 3600 block of River Road in Riverside near the U.S. Coast Guard station on April 16. The body was found by employees of the Destiny Yacht Charters, Inc., in a debris field between a boat and the dock.
Lett was identified by dental records. Cause of death is pending.
Previous story: Glenn Patrick Lett, 38, from Cinncinati was last seen by family members on December 2, 2013. Glenn works for the U.S. Post Office and has not shown up for work. Police say Lett is a type 2 diabetic.
Glenn is 5’10”, 250 pounds with dark brown eyes and black hair. He was last seen wearing blue jeans and a black and white striped shirt.
Glenn drives a dark brown, 2009 Chevrolet Impala with Ohio tags GBF1837, and it is also missing.
If you have seen Mr. Lett or have seen his car, please contact District 3 of the Cincinnati Police Department at (513) 263-8300.
CINCINNATI (Derek Drake) — Cincinnati Police are looking for a missing diabetic man who has not been seen or heard from in well over a week. Glenn Patrick Lett, 38, was last seen by family members on December 2, 2013. He’s a 17-year employee of the U.S. Post Office and he hasn’t reported for work since he was last seen. His family says the father of three has never gone missing and this behavior is not like him. Police say Lett is a type 2 diabetic, but it is unknown if he has access to necessary medications. Lett is listed at 5’10”, 250 pounds with dark brown eyes and black hair cut in a short fade. He was last seen wearing blue jeans and a black and white striped shirt. Lett was last seen driving a dark brown, almost black, 2009 Chevrolet Impala with Ohio tags GBF1837. If you have seen Mr. Lett or have information regarding his whereabouts, please contact District 3 of the Cincinnati Police Department at (513) 263-8300.
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