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Community helps find missing elderly woman

TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Released by the Tyler Police Department:

Elizabeth Aileen Clark was found walking in the 400 block of Mockingbird (two blocks from her residence). A citizen saw her walking and contacted the Police Department. Mrs. Clark appeared to be confused and could not advise where she had been.

Clark did not appear to have any physical injuries but was transported to Mother Frances Hospital to be checked.

The Tyler Police Department would like to thank all of the concerned citizens who assisted with the search of this critical missing person.


 

Released by The Tyler Police Department:

The Tyler Police Department needs assistance in locating a missing elderly white female.  Elizabeth Aileen Clark W/F 11/20/1931 was last seen at noon today at 1301 S. Chilton. 

She left to go on a walk and has not been seen since.  She was last seen wearing a white top and white shorts. 

Mrs. Clark is approximately 5'07" and weighs around 150 pounds.  She has white hair and blue eyes.  Please see the attached driver license photograph.

If anyone should see a person matching this description, please call the Tyler Police Department at (903)531-1000.

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