MAPLEWOOD, Minn. (WCCO) — Maplewood Police have found the 74-year-old woman, who was reported missing on Saturday.

According to police, Geraldine Bernice LeClaire told her husband she was going to the U.S. Bank on Beam Avenue and then to the Maplewood Bakery.

She left at approximately 8:45 a.m. and did not return. Police say LeClaire suffers from memory loss. They say she was located in Circle Pines, alive and well.

Police say she became confused and got lost.

A Centennial Lakes Police sergeant saw LeClaire’s vehicle and stopped it after observing her “erratic driving.”

She was reunited with family on Sunday evening.

Comments (4)
  1. Concerned citizen says:

    Glad they found her! Hope they don’t let her drive anymore though…

  2. Also concerned says:

    I really think that once we reach a certain age we should be required to have a physical in order to renew our license every year. Maybe social security age? I don’t know. It’s just really scarey to think that our elderly are driving when it is unsafe to do so. Not only for them, but for pedestrians and other drivers as well

  3. Sarah says:

    Did she get the donuts?

  4. Track what's important says:

    There is a local company that sells gps tracking/locating devices that those who are prone to wander or suffer from memory loss can wear – lighter than a cell phone. I hope this family learns about this company so they can prevent the worry and find her safely & quickly.

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