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Silver Alert canceled for Phoenix woman who has cognitive disability

Dec 29, 2020, 12:33 PM | Updated: 4:39 pm

Sharon Caldera (Photo via Arizona Department of Public Safety)...

Sharon Caldera (Photo via Arizona Department of Public Safety)

(Photo via Arizona Department of Public Safety)

PHOENIX – Authorities canceled a Silver Alert on Tuesday for a missing 51-year-old Phoenix woman who is deaf and has a cognitive disability.

Phoenix police said Sharon Caldera was found around 4 p.m.

She was wearing black pants, a black sweater and a yellow robe.

She may have been heading to the area of 23rd Avenue and Indian School, authorities said.

Caldera is 5-feet, 2-inches tall and weighs around 150 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. She is Hispanic and has multiple tattoos on her arms and legs.

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Silver Alert canceled for Phoenix woman who has cognitive disability