Natchitoches Deputies Search for Elderly Couple

img (2)147Press Release – Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies are looking for an elderly couple that left their residence near the Mora community in Natchitoches Parish on Wednesday evening according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones Jr.

On Wednesday evening January 21st at approximately 7:10pm, a resident in the 200 block of Mink Hutton Road near Kisatchie contacted the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office reporting that an elderly couple stopped by his residence requesting directions to the Gorum community.

NPSO Deputies recognized the provided descriptions of the vehicle and occupants as a couple that left their residence in the past that required law enforcement assistance to find them.

Deputies went to the couple’s residence discovering they were not at home.

NPSO Deputies issued a law enforcement (BOLO) message requesting the assistance of the Vernon and Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Offices.

At approximately 8:20pm, Natchitoches deputies learned that couple had been at the Simpson Store on La. Hwy 8 asking for directions to Gorum, and left traveling towards Rapides Parish.

Throughout the night, NPSO deputies have checked areas in Natchitoches Parish including Kisatchie National Forest which is in close proximity but have been unable to locate the couple.

NPSO Deputies are currently looking for a:  1995 Ford Ranger pickup truck, white in color, bearing La. License# X109113 occupied by Albert Troquille, W/M,  Age: 87, Hgt/510, Wgt/150, Eyes/Blue, Mis/with a missing arm, and May Belle Bynog Troquille, W/F, Age: 76, Hgt/501, Wgt/110 of the 100 block of Mora-Gorum Road, Mora, La.

Deputies ask that if you see this vehicle and elderly couple to contact the NPSO at 318-352-6432 or your local law enforcement agency immediately.

Deputies say in the past couple of months, they have assisted in finding the couple that left their residence on two other occassions.

The vehicle and couple have been entered into the NCIC database.

This law enforcement message is for the welfare concern  of the couple.

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