Relatives of Desiree Monica Fraser, of 66 A Victory Valley Wismar, have been looking for the elderly
woman for the past five days, after she left her home unknown to anyone.
Mrs. Fraser is 68 years of age, of African descent, and is five feet four inches tall. She was last seen in a pink top and blue skirt.
Fraser, who reportedly suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, was last seen in the Coomacka and Yararibo mines area, more than ten miles away from her home.
Her daughter Sharon Rogers, is “camping out’ with other relatives, in the vicinity, in the hope of locating her.
A relative told this newspaper that it is not the first time that Mrs. Fraser has disappeared. Earlier this year, she had also gone missing, but only for a day. She was found late the same evening. That time, a resident of Christianburg had contacted the family after seeing their phone numbers on the local television station.
“He had detained her by engaging her in conversation, while he called us,” one of the woman’s relatives reported.
But this is the first time that Fraser has been missing for such an extended period and seen so far away from home.
Persons with information about the whereabouts of Mrs. Fraser are asked to call Sharon Rogers on 444-3697 or 683- 0109; Shonette Rogers on 645-0793 or 444-7116, or the nearest police station.
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