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Legally blind Fostoria man has been missing for a week

(Source: Fostoria Police Department) (Source: Fostoria Police Department)
FOSTORIA, OH (WTOL) -

Fostoria Police are looking for a man whom they say has been missing for more than a week.

Police say Quinncy Pullom, 38, was last seen on December 22 in the area of Maple Street and Jackson Street. 

Pullom is legally blind and does not drive. 

“He’s a good guy. Stay-at-home family man,” said Mr. Pullom’s cousin Marlana Jones.

Pullom is described as a light-skinned black male standing at 5'7" and weighing 160 pounds.

Police say Pullom was last seen wearing a black hoodie. 

Those who know Mr. Pullom went out searching for him on Friday in the area he went missing.

They came up empty handed though with no evidence of his whereabouts.

The bitter cold is what bothers them the most.

“Is he being fed. Being sheltered? He also has mental issues as well. He hallucinates a lot,” said another cousin, Lisa Settles.

Ms. Settles has a message for Quinncy.

“Reach out to us. We’ll come and get you. I hope you’re safe. We’re waiting for you to get back home," said Settles.

Pullom is now listed on the missing persons section of the Ohio Attorney General website. He has also been entered into the Ohio Law Enforcement database, which is visible to any local, county, state or federal law enforcement agency in the U.S. 

Police are also asking people to search their outbuildings and look for anyone hanging around vacant structures near them.

Anyone with information should call the Fostoria Police Division at 419-435-8573, or any law enforcement agency. 

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