UPDATED: Missing Bethesda Woman Found


UPDATE, 9:45 p.m.: Montgomery County Police say Frances Granger Kress, who was reported missing from her Bethesda home earlier today, has been found in Washington, D.C. ORIGINAL STORY: Montgomery County Police are asking for help to locate a missing Bethesda woman who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Police say Frances Granger Kress, 84, of the 8100 block of Cindy Lane left her house earlier today in a light blue 2005 Jaguar with Maryland tags 1DPF74. According to police, she was wearing a dark purple sweatsuit and a white coat. Kress has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's and also suffers from Dementia, police said. Police said family is concerned for her and they are asking anyone who sees her to contact detectives from the 1st Police District. Cindy Lane is just west of the Beltway, near the intersection of Seven Locks Road and River Road. Photo via Montgomery County Police Department

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