TOPPENISH, Wash. - An 87-year-old woman is missing in Toppenish and police believe she may be in danger.
Mary Shattuck was last seen at her doctor’s office in Toppenish. The doctor told her to check herself into a hospital to receive extensive treatment for an existing heart condition but never showed up.
Yakima County deputies checked her home and found her cell phone, but her car and dogs were not there.
Her family reported her missing on Thursday. They say it is not like her to be gone for so long without communicating with them.
“Everyone is extremely concerned for her safety due to her medical condition and the hazardous road conditions,” police said in a press release.
She drives a white Subaru Forester with Washington plate 065ZTG.
A “Silver Alert” has been issued in eastern Washington because of her serious medical condition and the hazardous road conditions, police said.
If you have any information on her whereabouts, call 509-865-4355.
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