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ROCKLIN (CBS13) – A 65-year-old Rocklin woman with dementia has been missing since Tuesday, according to the Rocklin Police Department, and the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a 75-year-old woman with the same disease.

Kathleen Pace was last seen Tuesday at about 4:10 p.m. leaving the Auburn Faith Hospital. She told family members the previous day that she was going to drive to Fontana to see her sister. Pace has not been seen or heard from since leaving Auburn on Tuesday.

Kathleen Pace

Kathleen Pace (source: Rocklin Police Department)

Family members noticed that Pace removed all her clothing from her residence but left some of her medication behind, police said.

Kathleen is a white, 5 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs 135 pounds. She has gray hair and green eyes. She drives a 1993 turquoise Plymouth Sundance with California license plate number 3ARE938.

The California Highway Patrol has issued a Silver Alert for Pace.

Anyone with information as to Kathleen’s whereabouts is asked to call the Rocklin Police Department at (916) 625-5400.

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating an elderly woman who went missing from her residence in the 4100 block of Sangamon Street in Carmichael on Friday.

Barbara Langford (source: Sacramento County Sheriff's Department)

Barbara Langford (source: Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department)

Barbara Langford, 75, was last known to be driving near Sunrise Boulevard and Fair Oaks Boulevard at approximately 3 p.m.

Langford is described as a white with short, reddish-brown hair and blue eyes. She is 5-foot-5 and about 140 pounds, and was last seen wearing a blue jacket with white sleeves, with a “Disney California Adventure” logo on it. Langford was last seen driving a dark blue 2003 Toyota Rav4 (Florida license plate S146NS). The vehicle has an “Obama/Biden” sticker in the rear window.

Anyone who has seen Langford is asked to call the sheriff’s department at (916) 874-5115.

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