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Missing Victoria woman located

The search for a missing woman is over after she was located her at the Sooke Harbour House early this afternoon.

People at the hotel spotted the 60-year-old Victoria woman, who uses a motorized wheelchair, and called police.

Sue Lawson checked herself out of the Glengary Hospital at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, and was due back at 8 p.m. Victoria police broadcast her disappearance, along with her photo, Monday morning.

 

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