Missing Grafton Woman Found After Two-Hour Search

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Grafton Police searched for a missing woman with Alzheimer's disease. Photo Credit: Jennifer Paluzzi (file photo)

GRAFTON, Mass.-- A missing Grafton woman, who is believed to have Alzheimer's disease, was found in Sutton Monday after a two-hour search.

A reverse-911 call went out to homes near North Street asking residents to look out for a 67-year-old unidentified woman, wearing a pink coat and black pants, last seen near the Grafton Public Library between 11 a.m. and noon. She was found after 2 p.m., seven miles away in Sutton.

"She apparently got there on foot," Police Chief Normand Crepeau Jr. said.

According to the Grafton Police log, six police cruisers responded to a call on North Street at approximately 12:14 p.m. The Massachusetts State Police Airwing, K9, and field units helped in the search, Crepeau said. 

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