Missing Mesa Woman Found

Returned Home Friday Afternoon

It has been reported that Clara Seed, the 86-year-old woman first reported missing on Wendesday is back with her family. Police had been searching throughout her Mesa neighborhood since her husband realized that she had vanished. According to a KEYT news brief, Seed, who suffers from Alzheimer’s, showed up back at her home on Friday afternoon, telling reporter John Palminteri that she had “just gone out for a walk.” Details were not yet available as two where Seed was during the past two days.

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