UPDATE: Missing man found with help from community

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MIDLAND, Texas (Nexstar)- UPDATE: Aaron Weis, a Midland man who went missing late Monday evening, has been found with help from the community. Weis has been taken to Midland Memorial Hospital for care.


Family and friends of Midlander Aaron Weis are asking for help from the community to find their missing loved one. The 35-year-old father of four was last seen Monday. 

According to his fiancé, Weis hasn’t responded to text messages or phone calls from any of his friends or family since late Monday evening. The family says he may be suffering a medical emergency and that they filed a police report with the Midland Police Department on Tuesday after first calling every hospital in the Basin looking for him. 

“Aaron is a family man who spends most evenings at home, and no one has heard from him since Monday. Aaron would never go a day without contacting myself or the kids. This is completely out of his character. We need to find him,” said fiancé Erin Scheele. 

Weis is 5’6″ tall and has a shaved head, beard, brown eyes, and several tattoos. He was last seen wearing a black athletic t-shirt and athletic shorts. According to his fiancé, Weis left their home Monday driving a black 2015 Toyota Camry with front end damage bearing the license plate LVB9494. 

Anyone with information on Weis’ location is asked to all the MPD non-emergency number at 432-685-7108.

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