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Annie Paul still missing

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The Madison County Sheriff’s Office will not continue the search for Annie R. Paul, 72, who went missing Sunday, Feb. 8 at approximately 2:30 p.m., unless new information becomes available. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office combined resources with the Sheriff’s Office Search and Recovery units, the Madison Correctional Institutions Canine Unit and the State of Florida Wildlife Commissions (FWC) helicopter to search the wooded area including the ponds, surrounding the Rosas Caring Heart assisted living facility, where Paul was a resident. According to Chief Deputy Epp Richardson, the search was a precaution and he is confident they have ruled out her being in the area. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a white long sleeve shirt and black slippers with pink on them. Paul, originally from Gadsden County, Fl. was currently a resident of Rosas Caring Heart assisted living facility located at 2873 NW Hwy. 221 in Greenville. She suffers from dementia and may be disoriented and in need of medical assistance. Paul was born on Oct. 24, 1942. She is 5’5” and weights 140 pounds. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office continues the investigation for the whereabouts of Annie R. Paul and encourages anyone with any information to please contact the Sheriff’s Office at (850) 973-4001.

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