Police searched with a bloodhound early Friday for a 72-year-old south Charlotte lady who has Alzheimer’s illness.
Carolyn Matthews was final seen round 7:45 p.m. at her dwelling on Gruenewald Lane within the Park Road/Sharon Road West space. She might be disoriented, police stated.
Police are also involved due to the chilly climate. The temperature plummeted to 38 levels shortly earlier than midnight and was anticipated to fall even additional, in keeping with the National Weather Service.
A few dozen firefighters and police are combing the realm. A police helicopter earlier looked for Matthews.
Police pleaded for badist late Thursday find 72-year-old Carolyn Matthews. She has Alzheimer’s illness and hasn’t been seen since strolling from her south Charlotte dwelling earlier within the night. Matthews was final seen round 7:45 p.m. at her dwelling on Gruenewald Lane within the Park Road/Sharon Road West space. She might be disoriented, police stated.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
Matthews walked from her dwelling with out her cellphone and purse. She wore a light-weight grey Carolina Panthers hooded sweatshirt, blue denims and grey sneakers. Her hair was in a ponytail.
Carolyn Matthews was final seen on 11/9/2017 round 7:45p.m. We consider she is on foot and doubtless nonetheless within the space of her residence.
— CMPD News (@CMPD) November 10, 2017
She is white, 5-feet-7-inches tall and 130 kilos. She has blue eyes and grey hair.
Anyone who sees Matthews ought to name 911 instantly.