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Carroll Township Police says a woman reported missing Monday night in Carroll Township, Ohio, has been located. She was found around 10 a.m., according to police.
Police say the missing woman was found in a vacant condo in the complex where she lives. She is in good condition.
Mary Klosinski, 69 was last seen on Teal Bend in Carroll Township around 1 a.m. Tuesday.
Ottawa County Sheriff Steve Levorchick says the Monroe County sheriff sent a helicopter Tuesday morning to aid the search. Later in the afternoon ProMedica Air helped in the search. The search was suspended for the day around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, although Klosinski was still missing.
Police say Klosinski has suffered a stroke in the past and has dementia. Police believe she does not have a phone, cash or identification with her.
According to police, Klosinski has previously tried to make her way to Toledo, where she lived at one time.
Police say Klosinski is being enrolled in the lifesaver program. It is a missing person program run by the Ottawa County Sheriff's Department.