1 man reported missing from assisted living facility found; 1 still missing

Christopher Fannin (left) and Benjamin Renfroe were recently reported missing from the same assisted living facility in Clayton County. Both men are diagnosed with mental disabilities.

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Christopher Fannin (left) and Benjamin Renfroe were recently reported missing from the same assisted living facility in Clayton County. Both men are diagnosed with mental disabilities.

UPDATE [10 p.m. Thursday]: The Mattie's Call for 25-year-old Christopher Fannin has been canceled, Clayton County police told AJC.com. Neither his condition nor where he was found were provided. AJC.com has reached out to police for more information.

The Mattie’s Call for 24-year-old Benjamin Renfroe remains active.

ORIGINAL STORY [7:45 a.m. Wednesday]: Police are searching for two men who were recently reported missing from the same assisted living facility in Clayton County.

Mattie’s Calls were issued Tuesday for 25-year-old Christopher Fannin and 24-year-old Benjamin Renfroe. Fannin and Renfroe were being cared for at a home for those with mental disabilities in the 5900 block of Ga. 85 outside Riverdale.

Mattie's Call is an emergency missing alert for disabled or elderly persons.

According to Clayton County police, Fannin is diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenic disorder and is not functional enough to care for himself or check himself into a hospital. He was last seen April 2 at the assisted living home.

Renfroe was last seen Friday at the home, which was not named by police. He is diagnosed with bipolar and schizophrenic disorders.

Police do not know what the men were wearing or where they were headed when they left.

Fannin is described as 6 feet, 1 inch tall, weighing 155 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. Renfroe is described as 6 feet, 1 inch tall, weighing 180 pounds with brown eyes and black hair.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact the Clayton County Police Department or dial 911.

— Please return to AJC.com for updates.

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