Missing Lowndes woman found in Worth Co. - WALB.com, South Georgia News, Weather, Sports

Missing Lowndes woman found in Worth Co.

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

The Lowndes County Sheriff's Office tells WALB that Ailene Duff was located this morning in Worth County, after an alert was issued for her Monday.

Lowndes Officials reported 80-year-old Ailene Duff's family said she left her home around 9 a.m. Monday and had not returned or contacted them since.

She had been stopped by a trooper with the Georgia State Patrol. 

The family of Ailene Duff has been notified and are driving to Sylvester to bereunited with Duff.  

She was driving a red Jeep Liberty.

 

 

 

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