Americans Man Vanishes On Cruise

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( – The family of Edmond Bradley Solomon III has been tirelessly searching for him after he disappeared during a family trip. The 66-year-old, a respected figure from Charleston, South Carolina, went missing in Cozumel, Mexico, where he was vacationing with his wife on a Royal Caribbean cruise. Solomon was last seen on April 3, shortly after disembarking the cruise ship, when he entered a restroom and did not return.

Savannah Miller, Solomon’s daughter, expressed the family’s frustration with the ongoing search, marked by numerous unfounded leads. Despite their efforts and the help of local authorities, they have yet to locate Solomon, who was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a condition affecting behavior rather than memory.

Solomon, a retired VA critical care nurse, was traveling with his wife, Mimi, also a nurse and a breast cancer survivor. The couple had planned to enjoy a day in Cozumel. His disappearance occurred shortly after they disembarked from the ship, leading to an intense search by his family and local police.

Miller has been actively seeking help on social media, urging people to spread the word in hopes of finding her father. She shared that the last notable clue was Solomon’s AirTag signal, detected close to his wife’s phone, but this has yet to result in a reunion. Miller described her father as a fast walker, typically seen without his glasses and often looking downwards, especially when anxious.

The search has included following up on potential sightings, including a report of Solomon being seen at a large grocery store, which ultimately did not pan out. The family, alongside local law enforcement, continues to explore every possible lead to find Solomon and bring him back safely.

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