Police: Elderly woman missing from Alsip may be in East Garfield Park

SHARE Police: Elderly woman missing from Alsip may be in East Garfield Park
SHARE Police: Elderly woman missing from Alsip may be in East Garfield Park

An elderly woman missing from southwest suburban Alsip is believed to be on the West Side of Chicago, police said.

Rosemary Sutherland, 66, was last seen by her neighbor about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 4000 block of West 127th Street, according to Alsip police.

Police believe Sutherland is in the area near Lake and California in the East Garfield Park neighborhood. She does not have her prescription medication.

Sutherland stands 5-foot-6, weighs 200 pounds and has gray hair, police said. She was carrying a brown handbag when she was last seen.

Anyone with information should call Alsip police at (708) 385-6902 x211.

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