Killeen Police Need Your Help to Find Missing Elderly Woman
UPDATE: Killeen police say Juliet Bernadette Son was found Monday morning around 7 a.m in the area of Alabaster and Obsidian Dr. in Killeen. Ms. Son did not appear to be injured, but she was transported to Seaton Medical Center in Harker Heights as a precaution.
Police say a passerby recognized Ms. Son from a news report and sat with her in a vehicle until police arrived.
Thanks to everyone who shared this story and helped get the word about Ms. Son's disappearance.
Killeen police are asking for the public's help in finding Juliet Bernadette Son, an Alzheimer’s patient who went missing Sunday afternoon.
The Killeen Police Department issued the following press release Sunday evening:
The family of Juliet Bernadette Son reported her missing from the 6000 block of Flat Slate Dr. on Sunday, May 31, 2015. Juliet was last seen walking in the area of Serpentine and Obsidian just after 5:00pm. Juliet is a 71 years old black female who is 5’2” tall, weighing 120-125lbs. She has brown hair and gray eyes. Juliet was last seen wearing a blue shirt with white stripes, brown pants and a brown hat with flowers. Juliet’s family advised that she is an Alzheimer’s patient who also takes medication regularly for other medical issues. She was not wearing her glass[es] when she left.
The Killeen Police Department is asking anyone who locates Juliet Son, to call 911 immediately.
Please share this story on social media with as many people as possible so we can get Juliet home to her worried family.