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Detectives say Pasco couple missing since Sunday

DADE CITY — Sheriff's detectives are searching for a Pasco County couple who have been missing since Sunday.

Lynda McAdams, 46, and William R. Andrews, 37, are co-workers at a graphics company and are involved in a relationship, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

Andrews, of 7128 Cedar Crest Road in New Port Richey, was last seen about noon Sunday, after he visited his father, according to Kevin Doll, sheriff's spokesman. Family members reported him missing on Tuesday.

McAdams, who is going through a divorce, spoke with her daughter on the phone about 9:30 p.m. Sunday, Doll said. She hasn't been heard from since.

McAdams, of 17928 Palamino Lake Drive in Dade City, was reported missing on Wednesday.

Family members say the couple have never been gone so long without notifying anyone, Doll said.

McAdams is described as 5 feet 8, weighing about 140 pounds with long reddish hair and glasses. Andrews is 5 feet 11, weighing 165 pounds with short brown hair.

Andrews drives a silver Toyota Tundra with Florida tag number W391ZV, deputies said.

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How to help

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office asks anyone with information to call toll-free 1-800-854-2862.

Detectives say Pasco couple missing since Sunday 10/22/09 [Last modified: Thursday, October 22, 2009 10:17pm]
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