A look at “Lalao Jeanne Ravohitra Rajaonarison Missing Couple” Two people in their 60s who were last seen on Saturday in Bethesda are missing, and the Montgomery County Department of Police in Maryland is appealing for assistance in finding them.
Maminirina Richard Randrianarison, 68, is listed as being 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing around 141 pounds, according to the police. He was last spotted sporting a gray sweatshirt, jogging pants, tan shoes, and a dark red cap with an American flag/eagle insignia.
Lalao Jeanne Ravohitra Rajaonarison Missing Couple: Hasn’t Been Seen Since Saturday Afternoon in Bethesda, Maryland
Lalao Jeanne Ravohitra Rajaonarison, 63, is described as 5 feet tall and 100 pounds. She was last seen wearing a blue shirt, black, pink, and white plaid pants, and black shoes.
The pair were driving a blue 2021 Hyundai Accent with Maryland temporary tag T1090948.
Family members are concerned for their welfare, police said.
The couple speaks French and Malagasay, the national language of Madagascar, WRC reported.
Statement From Missing Couple Daughter Hajalalaina Consuella Rabearivony
Their daughter, Hajalalaina Consuella Rabearivony, said they attended their grandson’s soccer game at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda Saturday before they went missing.
“They watched the game. My mom has a health condition, so she stayed in the car, and my dad stayed in the car with her,” Rabearivony said.
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She said her parents left in her car at about 12:15 p.m. to return to her home several minutes away. Her mom needed to take her medication.
“When we came here, they were supposed to be already at home, but they were not home. The car was not there,” Rabearivony said.
Family and friends posted hundreds of fliers in the area when the couple never came home. They did not have a cell phone and were driving a blue 2021 Hyundai Accent with Maryland temporary registration plate T1090948.
“No water, no food, no credit card, no cash,” Rabearivony said.
She said they would not have gone somewhere without telling her. She believes they may have gotten lost, but with each passing hour, she is more and more worried.
“We are very concerned and especially because she has a health condition,” Rabearivony said.
The missing couple speak French and Malagasy, a language from Madagascar.
Anyone with information is asked to call the 2nd District Investigative Section at (240) 773- 6700 or the police non-emergency number at (301) 279- 8000 (24-hour line). Callers may remain anonymous.
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[Featured image: Maminirina Richard Randrianarison, left, and Lalao Jeanne Ravohitra Rajaonarison/Montgomery County Department of Police]