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September 4, 2013 at 11:52 AM

UPDATE: Auburn police seek public’s help in search for missing woman

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Helen C. Inks (Auburn police photo)

UPDATE AT 1:25 P.M.: Inks has been located safe in North Bend

ORIGINAL POST: The Auburn Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 88-year-old woman.

Helen C. Inks was reported missing by her daughter on Tuesday after she took the keys to a white 1995 Jeep Cherokee, Washington license number AHH 4084.

Inks has early on-set dementia and requires the use of several medications to control other medical issues. Inks did not take her medications with her, Auburn police said.

Inks is 5-feet-4, 160 pounds, with short gray/white curly hair. She is known to frequent casinos and could also be traveling toward family property in the Chelan and Grant county areas, police said.

Anyone who sees Inks is asked to call 911.

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