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Police locate missing 76-year-old woman in Charleston

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Deputies were told that Delores Dawson was seen inside the residence shortly before 8 a.m. and apparently left the residence sometime after 8 a.m. on foot. Deputies were told that Delores Dawson was seen inside the residence shortly before 8 a.m. and apparently left the residence sometime after 8 a.m. on foot.
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC -

At 1:25 p.m. Thursday afternoon Charleston County Deputies confirmed locating Ms. Dawson safe at her Lucky Road address in Charleston.

During the search detectives were advised that Ms Dawson had taken a CARTA Bus to the James Island area sometime around noon. Ms Dawson will be transported for a medical checkup and reunited with her family.

On Thursday October 24, 2013 at approximately 8:45 a.m. Charleston County Sheriff's deputies responded to 4489 Outwood Street Woodside Subdivision in Ladson in reference to a missing 76-year-old female.

Deputies were told that Delores Dawson was seen inside the residence shortly before 8 a.m. and apparently left the residence sometime after 8 a.m. on foot.

Dawson who has been diagnosed with the beginning stages of dementia is known to walk the area and was possibly observed on Royal Road in the area of the auto crushing business around 8:30 a.m.

Charleston County Sheriff's Office Air Support and K-9 deputies along with Berkeley County deputies are searched the area of Woodside and Royal Road for Ms. Dawson.

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