UPDATE: She has been found safely.
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Word this afternoon of a silver alert issued for a woman in Delray Beach.
According to police:
Name: Cecilia Vosilla
VEHICLE: 4 Door, 2008 Blue BMW
NAME: Cecilia Vosilla. Cecilia was last seen by a neighbor, leaving her home on Thursday, April 26th between 3-5 pm. Cecilia was driving her 2008 Four Door Blue BMW bearing Florida Tag 875MTC. Cecilia suffers from severe depression, life threatening medical issues, and the early onset of Dementia. Cecilia has no local family members.
Any information on Cecilia’s whereabouts should be reported to local law enforcement or the Delray Beach Police Department at 561-243-7800.
A Silver Alert has been issued.
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