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Missing 80-Year-Old Woman Has Fresno Connection

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CHINO, Calif. (KMPH) - A statewide Silver Alert was issued Tuesday for 80-year-old Rosario Crouse, who went missing out of Chino, Calif.

Police say Crouse had been living with her daughter, but on Saturday, May 3, 2014, she said was considering moving out. She packed up her belongings, and told her daughter she was heading east.

Tuesday, Crouse's wallet was turned into the Fresno Police Dept. by someone who said he had found it on the street. Fresno police spoke with Crouse's son, who called his mother's cell phone. The phone was answered by someone who said he bought the phone off the street for $20.00.

The California Highway Patrol said Crouse may have been in Bakersfield and Fresno between May 3 and May 5. The agency said she suffers from a medical condition, and may become disoriented.

Chino Police have expanded their search to Fresno. Anyone with information on Crouse's whereabouts is asked to call the Chino Police Dept. at (909) 628-1234.



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