Orlando police find 2 missing men with medical problems

Men were found Sunday night

Orlando Police are searching for 65-year-old Harold Junior Brown (left) and 29-year-old Harold DeVante Jones. Courtesy photo
Orlando Police are searching for 65-year-old Harold Junior Brown (left) and 29-year-old Harold DeVante Jones. Courtesy photo (Orlando Police Department)

The Orlando Police Department has found two missing men who were considered endangered adults.

Police were looking for 65-year-old Harold Junior Brown and 29-year-old Harold DeVante Jones, who on Sunday afternoon went missing after last being seen at 4977 International Drive.

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Brown has been diagnosed with dementia and Jones has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and is non-verbal autistic, police said.

The two men are related, police said.