MO cancels Endangered Silver Advisory for missing woman

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UPDATE:  As of late Saturday morning, the State of Missouri has cancelled the Endangered SILVER Advisory.  Ida Brunkhorst has been found safe in Dyersburg, Tennessee.  No further details are reported at this time.


ST. PETERS, MO (KTVI) - The St. Peters Police Department issues an Endangered Silver Advisory for a missing woman who has Alzheimer`s and Dementia.

Around noon on Friday, 80 year-old Ida Brunkhorst was stopped by Ballwin Police in her blue 2010 Ford Escape. She told them she had gotten lost while attempting to go home from shopping. Then around 7:30 last night, her debit card was used at a gas station in Memphis, Tennessee.

Brunkhorst is 5-foot-3, weighs 120 pounds, and has gray hair, blue eyes, and wears glasses.
Anyone who may have seen her or her vehicle or has any information should contact police or St. Peters Police.

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