Deputies say there has been no activity on their cell phones or credit cards since Jan. 31, when their phone was "pinged" on Lake Avenue in Charlotte.

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing couple from Perinton.

Deputies say Robert Ross, 73, and his wife Mary Ross, 72, have not been seen since Jan. 30, when Robert left Strong Hospital following a doctor's appointment. When Ross did not show up to future appointments, deputies conducted an investigation and notified the couple's son, who lives outside of the area.

A missing persons' report was filed shortly after deputies found their Beacon Hills home empty but undisturbed on Feb. 5.

No known contact has been made with Mary since Jan. 29, when their son spoke to her by phone.

Deputies say there has been no activity on their cell phones or credit cards since Jan. 31, when their phone was "pinged" on Lake Avenue in Charlotte. They had no known trips planned at the time, and they aren't the type of people to just pack up and go.

"There's certainly nothing illegal with packing up your car and driving off and not telling anyone where you're going," Chief Deputy Michael Fowler. "That could very well be someone's choice to do that, but we are left with the unknown and have to try to piece together what happened."

Robert is described as being white, 6'0'', 200 pounds, bald with brown eyes. Mary is described as 5'4'', 160 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

They have a 2017 white Kia Sorrento with the vanity plate of BLUSTERY.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911.

ORIGINAL:

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is investigating the disappearance of a Perinton couple.

According to a press release, neither 73-year-old Robert F. Ross or his wife 72-year-old Mary L. Ross have been seen since Jan. 30, when Robert attended a medical appointment. When e did not show up at future appointments, deputies conducted an investigation and notified the couple's son, who lives outside of the area. A missing persons' report was filed shortly after deputies found their Beacon Hills home empty but undisturbed on Feb. 5. 

No known contact has been made with Mary since Jan. 29, when the son spoke to her by phone.

Deputies say there has been no activity on their cell phones or credit cards since Jan. 31, when their phone was "pinged" on Lake Avenue in Charlotte. They had no known trips planned at the time.