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Authorities search for missing L.A. woman, 81

The Los Angeles Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating an 81-year-old woman who went missing Thursday.

Enolia Mims of South Los Angeles left her home about 8 a.m. Thursday to go to work in the San Fernando Valley. She was last seen by her employer after she finished cleaning a house in the 20000 block of Elkwood Street in Canoga Park. She presumably was headed home, but has not been seen since.

Mims is described as a 5-foot-2, 105-pound African American woman with gray hair and brown eyes. She wears eyeglasses. Mims was last seen wearing a plum-colored track suit and a knit cap. She drives a blue 2002 Jeep Cherokee with the California license plate 6MIK145.

Anyone with information is asked to call the LAPD at (213) 996-1800 or (877) 527-3247.

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Comments () | Archives (3)

Hey evryone thank you all for your prayers. Grandma will home soon smoot

Hey employer... suspect him or her.

Why on earth is an 81 year old woman cleaning houses? Honestly, the way that America treats its senior citizens disgusts me. I pray that she's okay.


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