No other information has been released.
Authorities say the two could be in a silver Mitsubishi Outlander with the Florida license tag IB14FR.
John Weldon was last seen on Wednesday, March 3.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or the Mount Dora Police Department.
A composite sketch of the suspect was completed by the victim. He is described as a Hispanic male and the sketch shows that he has a mustache.
Some first responders who work at vaccination sites say they feel bad for the people that they have to turn away.
Officials say they hope forensics will help solve a double-murder that killed a beloved couple from Mount Dora.
The family of two Mt. Dora convenience store owners continue to seek justice after they were gunned down by a killed late last year. Surveillance video shows the suspect just before he pulled the trigger. Police say they are still getting tips.
The Mount Dora Arts Festival wrapped up on Sunday, and because of the pandemic, things looked a little different than in years past.
Visitors from around Florida and artists from around the country were there for the Mount Dora Arts Festival's 46th season.
The 46th annual Mount Dora Arts Festival will be held this weekend, but they are definitely changes this year to make sure everyone is safe during Cove.
Lines of cars could be spotted at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Mount Dora. Those in attendance were not there for Mass, but rather for the second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
Mount Dora Interim Police Chief Brett Meade is addressing the release of new surveillance video from inside T & N Market, where the owners were killed during a fatal robbery.
The body of a man found along southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 441 near Mount Dora has been identified.
The suspect behind the fatal shooting remains on the run.
It was an outpouring of support for family and friends of a couple killed in an armed robbery in Mount Dora.
Friends of a beloved Mount Dora couple killed during a robbery gathered on Saturday for a cook-out to honor their memory.
Investigators with the Mount Dora Police Department said Undrea Dixon, 32 provided a sworn statement to detectives stating that she had entered the store on the night of the shootings, and “saw nothing.”
A woman has been arrested, accused of providing a false statement to law enforcement officers. Investigators said she failed to call 911 after discovering two convenience store owners in distress following a shooting. The two have since died.
Investigators with the Mount Dora Police Department said Undrea Dixon, 32 provided a sworn statement to detectives stating that she had entered the store on the night of the shootings, and saw nothing.