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Robert Ross and Mary Ross missing from New York FOUND

Missing Person New York Robert Ross and Mary Ross

Feb. 10 – Authorities found the Ross’s bodies in the vehicle and have been positively identified.

Feb. 15 UPDATE – The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office has located the car that belongs to Robert Ross and Mary Ross.  A scuba team found the vehicle in the Genesee River near the Pelican’s Nest restaurant in Charlotte around 10 a.m. on Thursday.  The SUV was underwater and the license plate matches.  This is an ongoing story and there is no statement whether bodies have been located inside the vehicle at this time or what was the cause of the vehicle ended up in the river.

Original Story

Robert Ross, 73, and Mary Ross, 72, were last heard from in late January.  They were last seen in he Beacon Hill neighborhood in Perinton, New York.  Early January, Robert was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. He had between 6 to 18 months to live according to their son, Bobby Ross who spoke with the Democrat and Chronicle.

Robert was due to go to the doctor every week.  The last appointment he showed up at was January 30, 2018.  The hospital notified the police out of concern for their well-being and the police did a welfare check but found nobody at home.  Mary take to Bobby on the phone on January 29th.

The couple’s cellphone pinged at Charlotte in Rochester around 3 p.m. on Jan. 31. Bobby told the Democrat and Chronicle his parents had rarely gone their before and would not go there.  Since then there has been no financial transactions for the Ross’s.

The couple had been making arrangements for treatments before they went missing.Robert Ross is 6 feet tall, weighs 200 pounds and is bald with brown eyes. Mary Ross is 5 feet, 4 inches, weighs 160 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. The couple drives a white 2017 Kia Sorrento sport utility vehicle with New York state license plate “BLUSTERY,” deputies said.

Robert Ross
Robert Ross

Contact the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office if you have any information on their whereabouts or see their car.

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