BUFORD, Ga. — Gwinnett Police are currently investigating the case of a missing woman who suffers from dementia. 

Rosa Elia Escobedo, 72, was last seen at her home on Hosch Valley Road in Buford. It is believed that she left the home around 8 a.m. in a silver 2001 Toyota Corolla with Georgia license plate WXJ924. 

Police say she does not have her identification with her.

Escobedo is a Hispanic female who is about 5 foot 2 inches and weighs 140 pounds. She has grey hair and brown eyes. Her specific clothing description is unknown, police said.

Gwinnett Police have requested an official Mattie's Call. 

An official Mattie’s Call declaration has been requested to the GBI. If anyone knows where she is, please call 911.


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