Missing Midland man found in southern Michigan - WNEM TV 5

Missing Midland man found in southern Michigan

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William “Bill” Brown (Source: Family) William “Bill” Brown (Source: Family)
(Source: Midland Police Department) (Source: Midland Police Department)
MIDLAND, MI (WNEM) -

A missing Mid-Michigan man has been found.

William “Bill” Brown, 85, was reported missing after he was last seen near his home on the northeast side of Midland on Saturday afternoon, he has memory loss issues and was in need of medication.

Family friends now tell TV5 Bill was found in Rochester Hills Sunday evening. 

Details are unclear, but we are told he is okay.

He told family members he was taking a short drive to test out an issue with his vehicle at around 4 p.m. on May 27 and did not return.

His credit card was used at a Speedway gas station on Corunna and Linden Roads in Flint at around 9 p.m. on Saturday. Surveillance video confirmed it was his vehicle, a 2006 silver and gray Buick Rendezvous, that was at the station getting gas.

It's unclear where he spent the night, or how he ended up in southern Michigan.

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