Matthew Beale missing from Ft. Myers Beach

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Matthew Beale

Matthew Beale has been missing since October 21, 2018 from Ft. Myers, Florida.

 

Matthew Beale

Matthew’s family posted:

“UPDATE- there has been an official missing persons report filed. Ft Myers Beach is a small island and everyone knows Matthew Beale, if you know anything at all please call Lee County Sheriffs office, 239-477-1000, you can remain anonymous. My cousin Sarah Beale Phillips and family, need some answers!! Please keep sharing and praying 🙏🏽

Matthew Beale, life can be extremely difficult at times. Please know how much your family loves and cares for you. Please find your way to us. We are and always will be here for you no matter what! Your mom and Sarah Beale Phillips, and all of us are having a difficult time not knowing where you are. If someone knows anything PLEASE let his mother and sister in Ohio know. I find it hard to believe that not one of his friends on the beach know nothing. It would help a lot if someone would step up and give them something to go off of. Thanks to all of you trying. Come on Matt, we just need to know you’re ok!!! 💙💙

if you know anything at all please call Lee County Sheriffs office, 239-477-1000.

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