Seniors, Robert Cornelius and Selma Cornelius last seen in Ohio FOUND


Robert Cornelius
Robert Cornelius

Missing Person Ohio Robert Cornelius, Selma Cornelius

The police stated that the couple have been found safe and are now home.

Robert Cornelius, 83, and his wife, Selma Cornelius, 80, were last seen in Ohio.   Sunday, February 4, 2018 was the last time family had any contact with them.   They are believed to have left their home in Oak Drive in Deerfield Township in their car. They both have dementia and may be traveling in their  2016 burgundy Ford Fusion four-door sedan with Ohio license plate EIZ2948.

Robert Cornelius
Robert Cornelius

Please note it is common for people with dementia to drive trying to find their way.  Also, they mistakenly think they know where they are going and not stop and ask for directions.  That is why if you are in Ohio or a nearby state, please keep an eye out for them.  The car may be easier to spot than them, so keep the license plate number handy in your car so you know what it is.  Also, they may even stop at a gas station to fill up and keep going so, please those that work in gas stations in Ohio keep an eye out for them.  2016 Ford Fusion

2016 Ford Fusion

Selma is 5’4″ and 150 pounds. Robert is 5’8″ and 180 pounds.  Robert is described as 5’8” tall and 180 pounds. He has grey hair and blue eyes.

Contact the Deerfield Township Police Dept. at 513-925-2525 if you see them or the car.

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