Orlando man, 89, missing for three weeks

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ORLANDO, Fla. —

Investigators continue to search for an 89-year-old Orlando man who was reported missing nearly three weeks ago.

Lloyd Williams has not been seen or heard from by friends or family for weeks and was last seen at a home on Blue Tick Drive, officers said.

Orange County deputies said they were searching the area on horses and ATVs near Pine Hills Road.

Williams’ son, Lacelot Williams, flew in from Jamaica and said he hopes someone can give investigators the information they need.

“We have no information to go on,” said Lt. Max Maxwell of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. “We really don't even have any known last clothing he was wearing, so we just know from friends and neighbors that he's a walker, and he walks everywhere.”

Williams’ son said it's not like his dad to leave without telling people where he's going. He said he also found it suspicious the back door to his dad's home was open when neighbors came to check on him after they hadn't seen him for a while.

The Sheriff's Office said they’re looking into a possible burglary at the home, but at this point, they are still labeling it a missing person’s case.

“So, we just pray and keep our fingers crossed that it will end the way we want it to end,” said Lacelot Williams.

Again, detectives said Williams is known to walk everywhere in the area of Clarcona Ocoee and Pine Hills roads.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Orange County Sheriff's Office at 407-836-HELP (4357).