UPDATED-FOUND: Police Looking for Missing 83 Year Old Woman

MISSING: UPDATED: Police are looking for a missing 83 year old woman who was last seen by a relative yesterday. Ms Mary Wolansky, described as a white female with hazel eyes and white hair and weighing about 130 pounds, was last seen by a relative at about 8:45 AM on Sunday.

Ms. Wolansky was operating her vehicle, which is a 2002 tan Chevy Cavalier, with NJ plates of MSY-67J.

Wolansky is known to frequent the A&P and Dollar Tree on Route 70 in Brick, and is also known to drive to
the train station in Point Pleasant to pick up her brother.

She has no known medical issues at this time, police say.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Lakewood Police Department at (732)-363-0200.

UPDATE 4:10 PM: “After a thorough investigation conducted by Officer Michael Cavallo, she was located at Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center in Secaucus NJ,” says Detective Sergeant Greg Staffordsmith. “Officer Renaldi of the Secauscus Police Department responded to the hospital and verified the above.”

“Mary Wolansky was discovered by hospital security personnel after sustaining a minor fall in the parking lot.     It is unknown why she initially traveled to the hospital. She is listed in stable condition at this time.” [TLS]

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  1. My good friend Bud Johnson called me about his missing neighbor, me and a couple of my buddies from the local electrical workers union cancelled our hunting trip and were on our way with another friend (Sam who raises bloodhounds) to organize a search, glad to find out that she is ok.

  2. Hocker, I do believe they will allow citizens to be involved in a search for a missing person, you would have to check with your local authorities. Bud J.

  3. I can relate to getting lost, my daughter bought me a gps last year for mothers day, I was supposed to go to Newark and wound up in New York.

  4. Good job to the hospital security personel, I used to always tell my children to seek a police officer or firefighter if they ever got lost, I will add the hospital to that list for my grandchildren.

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