A 95-year-old woman is missing after getting into someone's car at a senior center, according to Memphis Police.
Memphis Police said that Katherine Rinehart was dropped off by her caregiver at a senior center at 1300 Estate Drive around 11:20 a.m. on Friday, August 12.
The caregiver dropped Rinehart off at the front door for her daily activities and then left to park her car, police said.
But, according to a witness, Rinehart got into a black SUV and left in an unknown direction.
Memphis Police said that Rinehart has a medical condition that requires medication and is thought to be endangered.
She may still be wearing a multi-colored shirt, red pants and tennis shoes, according to police.
If you've seen Rinehart or know where she may be, Memphis Police urge you to give them a call.
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