Hinzman was found in Yakima County, Washington. She is in good health and her family is heading to the area to pick her up.
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Deputies are asking for the public’s help with finding an 83-year-old woman who went missing late Wednesday morning.
Lunetta M. Hinzman was last seen at 11:30 a.m. when she checked herself out of Brookdale Vancouver Orchards Assisted Living Facility, located at 10011 Northeast 118th Avenue. She was going to go to bowling at Hazel Dell Lanes but she never showed up, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
Hinzman was driving a dark blue, 2001 Buick Park Avenue (similar to the one pictured) with Washington license plate DP432111, which is a disabled license plate, deputies said.
Hinzman was described as a 5-foot-6, 156-pound white woman, with gray hair, brown eyes, and “coke bottle” style glasses.
Family members told deputies Hinzman is starting to show signs of memory loss and may have forgot how to get home.
Anyone who sees Hinzman should call 911.
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