GOODYEAR, AZ - Police say a 71-year-old woman missing from Goodyear has been located.
At around 3:45 p.m. police said Thelma Sriver was found with her vehicle in Pinal County, southwest of Casa Grande.
Goodyear police said Sriver was disoriented but appeared uninjured.
Sriver was last seen around 11 a.m. Mondayat her residence in the Pebble Creek Community, near Indian School Road and Bullard Avenue. Police said Sriver drove away in her 2004 Lexus sedan.
Sriver's husband, Monte, told authorities Thelma has Alzheimer's disease and has been reported missing twice before. In both cases she was found in her vehicle on Interstate 10.
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