Hayward Police Seeking Public's Help in Finding Missing 64-Year-Old Woman

Jeanette Tsang, 64, was last seen walking to a local church Tuesday morning.

By Bay City News Service

HAYWARD — Hayward police are asking for the public's help in locating a 64-year-old woman who left an adult independent living facility on Tuesday morning.

Police said Jeanette Tsang has left the facility before but she never had been gone for more than 24 hours.

Tsang was walking with other residents to a local church on Tuesday morning but left the group and proceeded to an unknown destination, police said.

Tsang is not reported to have any diminished mental capacity or any serious health conditions, according to police.

Officials at the independent living facility told police that Tsang has taken BART to Oakland in the past and was seen in Oakland Thursday afternoon but wasn't returned to the facility.

Hayward police said anyone with information about Tsang's whereabouts should call them at (510) 293-7000 or notify their local law enforcement agency.

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Debra Perry Brumbaugh January 19, 2013 at 05:42 AM
It would be much easier for the public to help locate this missing/endangered adult female if we had a clue as to her appearance ... other than she's 64. Any updates from the police or family re: Jeanette Tsang's appearance at the time she disappeared?
x January 19, 2013 at 03:37 PM
https://www.facebook.com/KRON4?rf=103768402994942 I uploaded a pic from KRON4.


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