Missing Grayslake woman returns home as firefighters search pond

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(GRAYSLAKE) The search of a pond for a north suburban woman who was reported missing Mondaynight was terminated after she returned home unhurt.

The 40-year-old woman was reported missing from the 400 block of Buckingham Drive in Grayslake about 7 p.m., according to a statement from Grayslake police.

Police began a search and enlisted the help of a K-9 unit from Gurnee police, and the dog led officers to a pond near the intersection of Cambridge and Buckingham drives, police said.

The Grayslake Fire Department began an “extensive search” of the pond, which was terminated when the missing woman returned home unhurt.

She was taken to a hospital for an evaluation, police said.

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