Silver Alert cancelled after Scottsdale woman found in Phoenix
PHOENIX — A Silver Alert was cancelled Monday after an 84-year-old Scottsdale woman with dementia was found in Phoenix.
Eve Narveson was located around near Baseline Road and 75th Avenue in Phoenix around 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Arizona Department of Public Service said she was “disoriented and in good condition” in a news release.
She was last seen around 2:44 p.m. that same day at her home at 3212 N. Miller Road in Scottsdale before leaving in a 2006 blue Kia Spectra.
She suffers from severe Alzheimer’s and dementia.
She left her home with a purse and a newly-issued Arizona identification card. She did not have a cell phone or any form of currency with her and it was not known how much gasoline was in the vehicle when she left.
Narveson was described as a 5-foot-2-inch, 148-pound female.
She likely did not know her address or how to get back home as her and her husband just moved from another house in Scottsdale. According to authorities, Narveson believed she may be in Phoenix or Houston.
Her husband heard her tell him it was nice knowing him while he was taking a nap and when he got up less than a minute later to check on her, she was gone.
She was wearing a red sweater and black pants when she disappeared.
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