Thursday November 26th, 2015 11:30PM

Missing 80-year-old woman located

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - Gainesville police have cancelled a lookout for a missing 80-year-old woman, Montene Mae Morgan, and she is okay.

Gainesville police spokesman Kevin Holbrook says Morgan was located about 6:00 this morning in the Griffin area.

Family members reported her missing last night, telling police she is "easily confused and may suffer from dementia." When she was found, she was driving the car she was believed to have taken when she left home.

Morgan has lived in Gainesville for approximately three weeks and previously lived in Cartersville.
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