The two missing West Palm Beach women were found safe, according Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Prudenville Police located the women at approximately 11:30 p.m. on Friday.
The woman had been staying with a family member that just moved to the area, according to PBSO.
Authorities want the public’s help in finding two deaf women who have gone missing from their home in suburban West Palm Beach.
Jean Marie Breyer, 50, and Teresa Ann Flanagan, 49, are considered endangered. Family members called the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office to report that they had not heard from the women in months, said Teri Barbera, sheriff’s spokeswoman.
The family’s suspicions were confirmed when deputies went to the women’s home in the 4700 block of Cresthaven Boulevard on Friday afternoon and found no one had been there for months. The personal items of the women were all in place, including their TDY phones. Breyer’s medication was left at their home as well.
Breyer and Flanagan may be in Michigan, the sheriff’s office said Friday night. Their credit card was recently used at an ATM at a Chase Bank in Prudenville, Mich., a town about 185 miles northwest of Detroit.
Flanagan is 5 feet 4 inches tall and about 170 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Breyer is about 5 feet tall, and also has brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office at (561) 688-3400 or their local law enforcement agency.
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