OAKLAND (CBS SF) — UPDATE: Oakland Police located Retha Glenn Friday afternoon.
UPDATE: Thanks to community members Ms. Retha Glenn was safely located. pic.twitter.com/j0yZZTdVHW
— Oakland Police Dept. (@oaklandpoliceca) August 8, 2020
Oakland Police asked the public for help Friday in locating a missing, at-risk person.READ MORE: Guilty Pleas In Huge Bay Area Retail Theft Ring; Ringleader Gets 6-Year Prison Term
Police said Retha Glenn, 61, was last seen at her residence on Thursday in the 3400 block of 64th Avenue Place.READ MORE: COVID: Google Delays Return-To-Office Past Early January Amid Omicron Variant Concerns
Glenn is an African American female, 5’3”, 135 pounds, gray/black hair with brown eyes. Witnesses last saw her wearing a gray shirt, gray sweat pants and possibly a COVID-19 face mask.
Glenn likes to walk in the area of Walgreens located at Fruitvale and Foothill Boulevard. She’s considered at risk because she suffers from Alzheimer’s disease.MORE NEWS: Charlotte Mailliard Shultz, Widow Of George Shultz, Dies At 88 ; 'We Have Lost Our Grande Dame'
This investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact the Oakland Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit at (510) 238-3641.