UPDATED: Lubbock Police found missing elderly woman

UPDATED: Lubbock Police found missing elderly woman

LUBBOCK, Texas -

Updated:

Lubbock police report Barbara Stark, 72, has been found.


 Lubbock Police Department

Lubbock Police are currently searching for 72-year-old Barbara Stark.

Stark was last seen wearing a purple shirt and white pants near 33rd Street and Elgin Ave. around 9:45 a.m. this morning.  LPD is concerned for her well-being due to a medical diagnosis.   

Stark is in a blue 2015 Nissan Rogue with Texas Handicap plate 4NWFC. Stark may be headed to Hobbs, NM where she used to live. Her service animal, a white Bichon Frise, is also accompanying her.

Investigators with LPD issued a Silver Alert for Stark. If anyone has any information on her whereabouts, they are asked to immediately call 911.

 

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