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Police: Missing 75-year-old Tampa woman found

Teresita Aguilar Beltran of Tampa, who went missing on Monday, was found on Tuesday.

Tampa Police Department

Teresita Aguilar Beltran of Tampa, who went missing on Monday, was found on Tuesday.

UPDATE: At about noon Tuesday, police announced that Teresita Beltran has been found.

TAMPA — Officers were searching early Tuesday for a 75-year-old woman who was reported missing, police said.

Teresita Aguilar Beltran of Tampa was last seen by her daughter about 7 a.m. Monday. Beltran was headed to the Social Security office in downtown Tampa via a HART bus, but as of 10 p.m., Beltran has not been seen or contacted her daughter, Angie Wilkins.

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, HART buses and local hospitals were notified of her disappearance.

Beltran has gone missing before, Tampa police said. She previously disappeared for several hours and was later found at a McDonald's along N Dale Mabry Highway.

Wilkins told police her mother has begun showing symptoms of dementia.

Anyone with information on Beltran's whereabouts was asked to call Tampa police at (813) 231-6130.

Police: Missing 75-year-old Tampa woman found 04/23/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 1:26pm]
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