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UPDATE: Missing elderly woman located
A 74-year-old Bellevue resident was found safe in Seattle, after her sister reported her missing from a late night walk. Aida Lominadze was walking with her sister when the two became separated. She didn't return the following morning.
Lominadze was found just after 7:30 p.m. near the University of Washington campus. She had been communicating with a friend during the day and police say she had left looking for some personal time.
Lominadze was last seen heading south in the 2200 block 156th Ave Northeast, wearing a short-sleeved white shirt, a checkered long black-and-white skirt and grey tennis shoes. She's 4-foot-8, 155 pounds and has long dark grey hair and brown eyes, framed by pink glasses.
Her sister reported that she was likely disoriented. Lominadze, who is from Russia, has been living in Bellevue for several years. The elderly woman also suffers from high blood pressure and diabetes.
After searching the area, police upped security at Crossroad's mall and have recruited a dozen Search and Rescue members to help distribute flyers.
Neighbors have been asked to call 9-1-1 if they locate Lominadze.