Volunteers told about the search for an elderly Ryazan woman with dementia

Volunteers of the “Liza Alert” detachment told about the search for an elderly woman with dementia. An urgent application came to them early in the morning on May 7th. Last night, a 76-year-old woman left the house and did not return.

“At 11 o’clock we get the first evidence: the grandmother was seen the night before in one slipper. By one o’clock in the afternoon, we receive another evidence already with the direction of the grandmother’s movement. Then one more thing – the workers saw our grandmother in the morning. She wanted to go to the construction site, but they didn’t let her in,” the volunteers said.

Volunteers went there. One of the search engines in a neighboring yard saw a missing elderly woman.

“She was wearing terry white socks and stood on the bare ground, there were women next to her,” the volunteer said.

The search engines seated the woman on a bench and waited for the police, the officers handed over the missing woman to her relatives.

“We don’t have the opportunity to thank everyone personally. But this search was indicative, as the work of a close-knit team. Thank you,” wrote the Lisa Alert squad.