Shelly McIntyre
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Gulf County Sheriff’s Office, firefighters searching for missing adult on Cape San Blas

UPDATE 4/13 — McIntyre has been located “alive and safe,” according to the Gulf County Sheriff’s Office.
UPDATE 3:36 P.M. — Deputies received information that McIntyre was last seen one hour ago by a construction worker in St. Joseph Peninsula State Park. She was seen approximately 400 yards north of the beach access across from Eagle Harbor.
Units continue to search for her.
Gulf County Sheriff’s Office Deputies, and members of the South Gulf County Volunteer Fire Department, are actively searching for Shelly McIntyre, 61.
McIntyre was last seen standing on a sand dune on the beach near beach-marker C448 at 10:30 a.m. EDT behind Shoreline Drive on Cape San Blas. Shoreline Drive is approximately three quarters of a mile south of the Barrier Dunes Subdivision and three quarter of a mile north of William J “Billy Joe” Rish Park on the gulf side of the peninsula.
She was last seen wearing a dark colored one piece bathing suit with peach colored shorts. Her hair, mostly gray, was in a ponytail.
If anyone has any information, or knows McIntyre’s whereabouts, please contact the Gulf County Sheriff’s Office at 850-227-1115 (opt. 4).