Update: Mr. Duran was found in his home and although he was transported to Blanchard Valley Hospital, he was not reported as having any injuries!
Findlay, Ohio Police Department reported Friday that Thomas Duran, age 35, has been missing since Thursday at 4 a.m. from an adult residential facility although the name of the facility wasn’t released.
He is described as being a white adult male with brown hair and hazel eyes that weighs between 140 and 160 lbs. with no means of transportation.
Thomas was last seen wearing a yellow sweatshirt and black sweatpants with a white stripe who needs to take medication, although it is believed he hasn’t taken it for several days.
Please look at his picture above again and call the Findlay Police Department at 419-424-7163 if you have any information that can help get Mr. Duran back to safety.
The officials might not have mentioned which adult-home he was from but it is obvious from the statement of him needing medication and possibly not have taken it for several days along with him having left this home, he is going to need this communities help.
Findlay’s last missing persons report was that of Danielle Donoho, a 29-year-old mother of two, whose husband Evan was later arrested for her murder. He had initially contrived a story of a man named Samuel breaking into their home, holding a gun to him and told him to either kill his wife or their children.
He said he was told all three would die if he didn’t choose; so he killed Danielle by striking her on the head with a hammer and then drove her body down Hancock County 180 to Jackson Township 168 before dumping her body in a cornfield.
Again, please call the Findlay Police Department at 419-424-7163 if you have any information that can Thomas Duran.
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For more info: for those who live Ohio and want more information, please contact the Ohio Attorney Generals Office at: 800-282-0515 or local: 614-466-4986. They are located at 30 E Broad St #14, Columbus, OH 43215 (Transit: E Broad St & N High St). For directions, please see Google Maps
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Sources: Toledo Blade, Police-Fire; Toledo News Now; The Courier