Steven Stark: Missing school teacher from Florida Found

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St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office.

SJSO said Stark used his debit card several times in St. Johns County, including at a Publix on County Road 210 at 12 p.m. Wednesday. His family hasn’t talked to him since Monday. – See more at: http://www.actionnewsjax.com/news/news/local/missing-south-florida-teacher-believed-be-st-johns/nht9N/#sthash.SKdkzXau.dpuf

UPDATE:  11/3/14 – Detectives discovered 62-year-old Steven Stark at a hotel in St. Augustine, according to the Boynton Beach Police Department.  He plans to return home, but no explanation on why he left and did not tell anyone.

St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office said Stark used his debit card several times in St. Johns County, including at a Publix on County Road 210 at 12 p.m. Wednesday.

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Steven Stark, 62, a Citrus Cove Elementary School teacher from Boynton Beach in Miami, Fla., last spoke to by his family on October 20th.  When they had not heard from him the police drove by to check on him.  They found his cellphone at home but not his truck. 

The truck is a blue 2006 Dodge pick-up truck with Florida tag “HO10MQ.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Boynton Beach Police at (561) 732-8116

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