UPDATED: VicPD locates missing ‘high-risk’ 84-year-old woman

Woman with cognitive impairment located and is safe

Victoria Police have located missing 84-year old Mavis D’Andrade. (Courtesy of VicPD)

Victoria police have located Mavis D’Andrade, who was a missing 84-year-old

D’Andrade, who suffers from cognitive impairment, was found on Monday and is safe.

READ MORE: Victoria Police taking too long to respond to emergency calls

ALSO READ: VicPD officer gets 20-day suspension after lying to supervisors

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