Found Safe CA - Carol Kurtis, 65, Torrance, 10 July 2018

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  1. crhedBngr

    crhedBngr Well-Known Member

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    Per below, Carol has dementia. This is a densely-populated area, with many apartment buildings. Thankfully, there are not many ravines or places she could disappear into. If someone hasn't picked her up in a vehicle, I feel reasonably optimistic that she will be found.

    Per article below:


    Family members and Torrance police are asking for the public’s help in locating Carol Kurtis, an Arizona native who was visiting family in Torrance before she went missing Tuesday morning, authorities said.

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    Carol Kurtis, 65, was last seen about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 10, near Del Amo Boulevard and Madrona Avenue. (Courtesy of Lindsay Kurtis)
    Kurtis, 65, was last seen about 7:30 a.m. in the area of Del Amo Boulevard and Madrona Avenue, near her daughter’s home.

    Police received witness reports that Kurtis may have been spotted near Tender Greens at 21247 Hawthorne Boulevard about noon, Tuesday. Another witness reported possibly seeing Kurtis at Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, 3535 Carson St., about 8:30 p.m., police said in a release, Wednesday, July 11.

    She was last seen wearing gray pants, a black and white shirt and possibly flip flops, police said.

    “She likes the beach, so she might head toward the beach, but she doesn’t know what direction that is,” her daughter, Lindsay Kurtis said Tuesday.

    Carol Kurtis has dementia and her daughter believes she may have exited the home through the garage before other family members woke up.

    She was spotted on surveillance video about 7:39 a.m. in the area of Spencer Street and Madison Avenue, shortly after she is believed to have left her daughter’s home in the 3500 block of White Court, police said.

    Public help sought in locating woman visiting family in Torrance before going missing – Daily Breeze

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    cybervampira Well-Known Member

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    Torrance Police Department

    ***ATTENTION CITIZENS***

    We need your help! Have you seen Carol Kurtis? She suffers from dementia and requires daily care from her family. She was last seen Tuesday, July 10th and her loved ones are worried sick.

    ANY INFORMATION CONTACT THE TORRANCE POLICE DEPARTMENT – 310.328.3456

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    MFH Well-Known Member

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    Her daughter posted a photo that she was found, okay just a little sunburned. I will try to find msm reporting.

    ETA - Someone added fb link to daughters post in comments of the Torrence police post. Post still hasn’t been updated by police.
     
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    crhedBngr Well-Known Member

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    So glad she has been found!

    Thanks, MFH!

    ETA: Here is the MSM link, stating that she has been found: Missing visitor to Torrance is found and reunited with family – Daily Breeze

    TORRANCE — A 65-year-old woman from Arizona who disappeared after she left her family’s Torrance home was found and reunited with her family, authorities said Thursday.

    Carol Kurtis was located by Los Angeles Police Department officers Wednesday evening, according to a Torrance Police Department dispatcher. It was unclear where she was located.

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