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    Canada - Nelliya Karbisheva, 82, Ottawa, 21 May 2017

    http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-...a-white-poodle



    Karbisheva, who has dementia, was last seen around 10:30 p.m. Sunday, leaving the Queensway Carleton Hospital on foot, walking towards Baseline Road.
    The hospital is about 10 kilometres from her Stittsville, where she lives.
    She was also seen in the 300 block of Horseshoe Crescent in Stittsville around noon Sunday. Police say she was walking a white poodle at the time she went missing.
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    http://www.metronews.ca/news/ottawa/...rly-woman.html

    Karbisheva is described as measuring five-foot two inches, with a medium build and short, salt and peper hair.


    She was last seen wearing brown shorts, a pink hat and blue jacket.

    Karbisheva owns a small white poodle and was seen with it earlier in the day, around noon, within the 300 block of Horseshoe Crescent in Stittsville.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact the on Ottawa Police Services Missing Person Section at 613-236-1222 (3726) or the Duty Patrol Staff Sergeant’s Desk at 613-236-1222 (2912).
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    if she's hurt somewhere, the dog would likely stay in the vicinity but be barking & crying to draw attention

    I hope they have searchers out

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    Even searching for a missing person can come with dangers for LE, glad nobody was hurt!

    http://www.ottawasun.com/2017/05/23/...-missing-woman
    No one was aboard an Ottawa police all-terrain vehicle when it was struck by a Via rail train near the intersection of Colonnade Road and Prince of Wales Drive Monday night.

    Officers had the ATV out as part of the search for Nelliya Karbisheva, a missing elderly woman, when the vehicle got “hung up” on the tracks, police said.

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    http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-...a-white-poodle
    Last Updated: May 23, 2017 5:33 PM
    According to Cara Salci, a spokeswoman for the hospital, Karbisheva was not a patient at the hospital. She was there for reasons other than treatment. Hospital staff are working with Ottawa police to help provide any information they can about the visitor, including providing security footage of her while she was at the hospital. Salci also said an email has been circulated to hospital staff, alerting them to be on the lookout in case Karbisheva returns at some point.

    She was also seen in the 300 block of Horseshoe Crescent in Stittsville around noon Sunday.

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    oh no, so sad that she is missing. Lots of unanswered questions. I hope she and her doggy show up very soon and very safe and sound.
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    This says she is an avid walker. Which must mean she is in good physical shape. But, also, mentions that she has gone missing before. Hope she is found soon and someone keeps a closer eye on her.

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    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa...date-1.4131007
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    Search continues for elderly woman missing since Sunday

    Nelliya Karbisheva, 82, last seen walking her dog in Stittsville
    Ottawa police will meet today to decide how to proceed in their search for an elderly woman missing since Sunday night.
    Police have been sweeping the area on foot and searching from above with the help of OPP drones, but have found no sign of either the woman or her dog.

    Ottawa police say they haven't given up the search and are still operating from a command post in the area. They're asking local residents to check sheds and backyards for signs of Karbisheva.

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    Ottawa Police have found the body of an elderly Stittsville woman, who had been missing since Sunday .

    82-year-old Nelliya Karbisheva was discovered in a wooded area off Maple Grove Road, in Stittsville where police had been concentrating their search.

    http://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/body-of-mis...area-1.3429059

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    OMG how terribly sad. RIP Ms. Karbisheva.
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    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa...dead-1.4131007
    Elderly woman missing since Sunday found dead in woods
    Police searchers found Karbisheva's body early Thursday afternoon. No foul play is suspected.

    The dog was found alive and safe by her side.
    Karbisheva's body was eventually discovered "more or less 10 kilometres" from her home, Ottawa Police Service Const. Marc Soucy said Thursday.

    "She was an avid walker, so we knew that the distance could be a big area to search," Soucy said. "We knew that from the beginning."

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    and her doggy by her side... poor doggy. So sad for those who knew and loved Nelliya.
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