New Development in missing man, Darryl Hall, 73 of Warren, OH

New Development: Jan. 30, 2015: 2:47 pm
We are in the process of hopefully obtaining a copy (of a different business) whose camera's captured Mr. Hall walking. It has been learned that he walked out from the wooded area and continued to walk west on Rt 5 , in the east bound lanes, about a 1/4 of a mile past the truck stop ... towards Ravenna, Ohio. Please continue to post and share his poster. Someone may remember. Remember, he may be disoriented or confused. Check your own property if you live on this route in case he is seeking shelter on your property. While searching your own property, please take a blanket with you, for him for warmth, and Call 9-1-1 if you spot him or any of his clothing/property. The weather is pretty cold so time is of the essence. Please share with all you know in the area. Thank you .
Cynthia Caron
LostNMissing , Inc. 

Update: Friday, January 30, 2015  12:00 Noon
From Cynthia Caron, President-Founder, LostNMissing Inc.
There has been no sign, as yet, of Mr. Hall. His truck was located at the Route 5 Short Stop Truck stop and his vehicle was locked. A video camera captured his image walking towards the woods. He was wearing Jeans, a black quilted jacket and brown ankle high shoes. We do not know if he detoured from going out of the woods. Please keep hope and prayers going...if he is confused and wandering, it is not known.
We are praying that he made his way to a place he loves as he is very fond of the woods, trees and is an avid hunter. We've seen cases as this before that has looked grim but ended with a good outcome. The alternative, as you know, would be devastating to the family and friends and all who love Mr. Hall.
With that said, until more information is provided or is very important that his poster be shared and if you live in the area to please print and post in public "high traffic" locations such as convenient marts, gas stations, etc....many times those who frequent the area may not even know he is missing and as much awareness as possible can aid in bringing the Warren Police tips/leads to finding him. Thank you all for your care and compassion. We'll keep you posted as we learn more.
Thank you, Cynthia – LostNMissing

MISSING: Darryl Hall Missing
From: Warren, Ohio
Date Missing: Sunday, January 25, 2015
Age at time Missing: 73 years old
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 212 lbs
White, short cropped hair
Wearing: jeans, black quilted jacket, brown ankle-high shoes

VEHICLE LOCATED AT THE ROUTE 5 SHORT STOP TRUCK STOP in Leavittsburg, Ohio (His 2013 White Chevy Truck, Ohio Tag #EQU-8699)

Police Agency: Warren Police Dept., (WPD) at (330) 841-2542

Circumstances : Mr. Hall left his Penn St. Home and hasn't been seen since. He may be extremely despondent due to recent health changes. His family is extremely worried and have been searching for him as well as professional search teams and law enforcement.


Cynthia Caron
President – Founder
LostNMissing Inc.
(603) 548-6548

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