Update: Dallas Woman Found Safe
Mary Louise Evans had been reported missing from her son-in-law’s home in Hall County early Wednesday.
Updated 4:05 p.m.
The Mattie's Call has been canceled as Evans was found safe and without injury.
Sgt. Stephen Wilbanks with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office just before 4 p.m. told Dallas-Hiram Patch that Evans arrived at her Dallas home in Dallas about 3 p.m. Family members at that time notified authorities that Evans was alright.
A Mattie's Call has been issued for a missing Alzheimer's patient from Paulding County.
Mary Louise Evans, a resident of Tibbets Drive in Dallas, was reported missing from her son-in-law’s home in Oakwood. Officials from the Hall County Sheriff’s Office issued the Mattie’s Call this morning.
Evans, 66, was last seen today about 1 a.m., and is believed to have gone missing between that time and 5 a.m.
Evans is described as a white female, 5 feet tall and weighing 200 pounds. Authorities believe she may be wearing a white, long-sleeve T-shirt, black pants and black shoes.
She is believed to be driving a red 2008 Chevrolet HHR, Georgia tag BNJ 8849. Evans reportedly has no mobile telephone, and the vehicle's OnStar system is not active.
Anyone having contact with Evans is asked to call 911.