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July 14, 2024

Update: Woman missing in downtown area found

Ashland police ask anyone who's seen this missing woman to contact them. APD photo
July 7, 2024

71-year-old with gray hair and a pink shirt got separated from a group tour Sunday morning

Ashland.news staff report

Update: The woman has been found and is safe, emergency responders announced shortly before 3:30 p.m. “Thanks to an alert citizen and assistance from our partners over at Southern Oregon University Campus Public Safety, the missing person has been located and is safe,” the Ashland Police Department said in a Facebook post.

Original story:

Ashland police have asked the public in the downtown and Lithia Park areas of Ashland to be on the lookout for a missing 71-year-old white female with gray hair, a pink shirt and teal shorts.

Zue went missing after a group outing. Due to health conditions and the heat today she is believed to be endangered, according to the announcement.

She was last seen near the front lawn of Lithia Park at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, wearing a pink, long sleeved shirt and teal shorts. She is a white female with gray hair, slightly below shoulder length. The photo of her is from an earlier stop today at a local business. It is possible she became confused and lost her way back to her group.

Anyone who believes they have seen the missing person are asked to call the Ashland Police Department at 541-776-7206

Source: Ashland Police Department Facebook page. Email Ashland.news at news@ashland.news.

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