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Update: Missing 71-Year-Old Oakland Woman Found

Susan King was considered 'at risk' because of medical concerns.

Susan King was wearing a red jacket and blue sweatpants when she vanished. (Photo: Oakland Police Department)
Susan King was wearing a red jacket and blue sweatpants when she vanished. (Photo: Oakland Police Department)
Updated:
An at-risk woman reported missing in Oakland on Sunday has been found safe, police said Wednesday.

Susan King, a 71-year-old woman who was considered at-risk because of health concerns, had last been seen around 11 a.m. Sunday in the 200 block of West MacArthur Boulevard and had not returned to her home on Morrill Court, according to police.

Police spokeswoman Officer Johnna Watson said that King was found safe in Oakland on Tuesday night. More details about where she was found were not immediately released.

Original Story: Tuesday, 8:45 p.m.
Police are asking the public for assistance in locating a 71-year-old at-risk woman who went missing on Sunday morning in Oakland, a police spokeswoman said.

Susan King was last seen at 11 a.m. on Sunday in the 200 block of West MacArthur Boulevard near Kaiser Hospital. She has not returned to her Oakland home on Morrill Court, Officer Johnna Watson said.

King is described as a Caucasian woman standing 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighing 240 pounds. She has green eyes and gray hair. She was last seen wearing a red jacket and blue sweatpants, Watson said.

King is considered at-risk due to health concerns, according to Watson.

The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact Oakland Police Department's Missing Persons Unit at (510) 238-3641.

Anonymous tips can be sent to Oakland police by texting "TIP OAKLANDPD" to 888777 from a cellphone followed by the message containing the tip.

Anonymous tipsters can also submit a voicemail to the tip hotline at (855)-847-7247 or submit a tip online at http://nixle.us/tip/oakland-police-department-ca/.

--By Bay City News



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