8 p.m. Update: Sacramento Police said missing Folsom senior Lorena Lee Beery was found safe Wednesday night.

FOLSOM (CBS13) – Police in Folsom are asking for the public’s help to locate a woman who is said to be in a dangerous situation because she has dementia.

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Lorena Beery, 85, last spoke to her family around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. She was supposed to shop at Target in Folsom on Wednesday but never arrived, causing her family to become concerned, according to a Folsom Police Department statement.

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Beery’s family discovered her bank card was used Wednesday morning to buy gas at Rio Food & Liquor, which is in the 6400 block of Rio Linda Blvd. The store provided a surveillance video, proving it was Beery and that she was alone.

Beery was wearing a blue t-shirt, light-colored jeans, and white tennis shoes. She is described as 5 feet 1 inch tall, and weighs 118 pounds. She drives a silver 229 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck with California license plate GGGANDT.

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If you have information that can assist in helping safely locate Lorena, please call 911 or contact Folsom Police Department at 916-355-7230 and reference case number: 19-2011.