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Family puts up fliers in Clarkston for missing woman with Alzheimer's

A $5,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to her location.

CLARKSTON, Ga. — UPDATE: A woman who Clarkston Police said left home days ago and hadn't been seen since has been found safe. Her son-in-law told 11Alive she was located after some kids saw her walking and then told their parents, who then notified authorities. The woman was found on 3405 Casa Road.

ORIGINAL STORY: A metro Atlanta family spent Wednesday morning putting up fliers, hoping they will help in their search to find their missing loved one.

A $5,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the location of Masoumeh Mohammadi. Her family said she has Alzheimer's disease.

"She doesn't know anything and she doesn't even remember her daughter's name."

11Alive spotted her son-in-law, Ali, putting up fliers in the Clarkston community. Mohammadi has been missing since Nov. 7. He said they moved to the area two years ago. They are hoping someone recognizes her and calls the police.

"When we looked at the camera, we saw that she left at 8:40 in the morning" he said. 

He said his wife is distraught. 

"My wife, she doesn't eat anything," he said tearfully. "She needs her mother."

Credit: Clarkston Police
Masoumeh Mohammadi

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Police said she left without her phone, ID, and wasn't dressed for the cold weather. Police added that Mohammadi speaks Farsi only; she will not understand questions in English. 

"When you see her, keep her and call the police," he said.

"Please, if anybody is see her just call the police."

Mohammadi is 5-foot-3 and weighs about 120 pounds. She has long gray hair which is tied back under a hijab. 

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