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A missing Florida couple has been found dead. Reports tell us that Albert and Cynthia Allen were found deceased in their vehicle.  According to investigators, the couple crashed their vehicle which was located in Brooksville off of Powell Road. Brooksville is about an hour away from where I live in St. Petersburg.

The Hernando County Sheriffs office tell us that the couple was reported missing Tuesday, which was the day before Hurricane Idalia hit. A family member reported them missing because they noticed their vehicle was not at their home.

Why was this a concern?

Police say Albert Allen has dementia and is deaf and his wife Cynthia recently had a stroke and was partially paralyzed.They should have never been out driving on the road by themselves, especially when a hurricane was near. Also neither of them took any of their medications with them when they left.

How Were They Found?

Police were able to find them by locating Alberts phone. His phone was pinged within a 3 mile radius of Hernando Oaks. Hernando Oaks is located in Brooksville off of U.S. 41. A group that searches for missing people was in Brooksville early Thursday morning searching for them. The couple was found very shortly after the team arrived.

The group that searched for Allen and his wife is called “We Are The Essentials.” According to their website, They do not seek fame or fortune. “Instead, we come together utilizing our skills to bring closure to families needing assistance finding their loved ones. In these cases, we have self-funded the investigations thus far but are now an official 501c3 in the name of “We Are The Essentials For The Missing” . To offset the cost of the investigations, we accept donations and rewards on cases we solve.”

There are so many people going missing and unfortunately this situation ended tragically. May they both rest in peace. If you having a missing family member and need help getting the information out, email me

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Tampa Area Residents Who Are Still Missing

February 3rd was national missing persons day. Every year, 600K people go missing in the United States. Some are found alive, but many cases go cold. The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System tells us that  more than 22,000 people are missing in this country. Almost 1,700 of them go missing in Florida.  Florida has the 3rd highest number of missing person cases behind California and Texas. Below are 4 Tampa Bay Area residents who are still missing.  Do you have a loved one we should add to this list, email me:

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  • Zachary Bernhardt

    Zachary Bernhardt has been missing for over 22 years. HIs mother first reported him missing from their apartment in 2000.  She told police she went for a walk in the middle of the night and when she came back he was gone. Zachary was last seen in Clearwater and today he would be 31 years old.


  • Angela Ambrocio

    Angela Ambrocio was last seen in November of 1986. She was last seen by her estranged husband and he says he dropped her off at the Church’s Fried Chicken in Lakeland.  Apparently he dropped her off after the argued. Today she would be 55 years old. If you have any info please call the Heartland Crime Stoppers at 1-800-226-8477.

  • Bonnie and Jeremy Dages

    Bonnie and Jeremy Dages were last seen in April of 1993. Jeremy was only 4 months when him and his mother left home to meet someone at a shopping center in Brandon.  Their vehicle was found but they have not been seen since.

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