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Update: Missing Detroit Family Found Safe in Manistee

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UPDATE: Shirley and William Brunson, along with their son, were found safe at Little River Casino in Manistee.

Shirley suffered a medical problem and had to be taken to Lakeshore Hospital.

That's when first responders recognized her name and notified police.

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Police in Mason county are trying to track down 3 people who haven't been seen since Sunday morning.

92 year old William Brunson and his 78 year old wife Shirley left Detroit just before 8:00 yesterday morning and were on their way to their daughter's house in Free Soil.

The couple never made it there.

They are traveling with their 43 year old son William who is mentally challenged.

The family was in a 4-door 2012 red Ford Taurus.

They have a Michigan license plate with the number 0781EB.

It is believed their route was I-75 to US-10, then west bound to Custer Road.

Anyone with information is asked to call police immediately.

9&10's Eric Lloyd and photojournalist Jeff Blakeman spoke to police on the search and have more details.

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