Duluth Police Looking For Missing Woman With Dementia

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(credit: Bureau of Criminal Apprehension)

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Authorities in Duluth are asking for the public’s help to find a woman who hasn’t been seen in almost a week.

Dale Elizabeth Gerard, 74, was last seen at her Duluth home on the 5600 block of Grand Avenue last Saturday. Duluth Police said they believe she may have boarded an eastbound DTA bus in the area of Elinor and Grand Avenue. Authorities said she might have traveled to the Twin Cities, but could be anywhere.

Authorities said she has dementia, needs medication and they’re concerned for her well-being.

She is described as a white female about 5 feet, 5 inches tall and about 155 pounds with brown eyes and auburn/red hair. She has distinct red marks on her chin, nose and cheeks and was last seen wearing dark-colored pants, a flowered blouse and a pink or rose colored sweater over her blouse.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts or who thinks they might have seen her is asked to call the Duluth Police Department at (218) 730-5400.

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