Article Launched: 07/31/2008 06:15:14 PM
Greenwich Police are seeking help to find a 73-year-old town woman who went missing Wednesday morning after taking money out of a bank in Glenville.
Rosa Packard, of Greenwich, was reported missing by family members Wednesday and was last seen in the Glenville area around 10 a.m. that day, Greenwich Police Detective Mark Zuccerella said.
Police issued an alert about the missing woman late Thursday afternoon.
"We are canvassing the area and doing everything we can to try to follow and track her," Zuccerella said.
Packard is described as a white female, with hazel eyes ad white hair, 5-foot-6 inches tall and weighing about about 200 pounds, according to police.
Packard drives a black 2005 Toyota Prius with four doors with the Connecticut license plate 784-WOX, according to police.
Comment:How can the citizen's of Greenwich and Fairfield County help locate this woman if we do not have a picture of her.
If the Greenwich Police Department won't widely distribute this poor womans photo to all of the media outlets in Greenwich, then the family is going to have to start emailing her photo.
Update 6:50 pm:
The Greenwich Post and the Greenwich Citizen have nothing on Rosa Pachard.
Did the Greenwich police department fail to inform these two newspapers about this missing woman.
The Greenwich Police Department Website has nothing about Ms. Packard.
Maybe, Ms. Packard was found and it was not necessary to place her on the Greenwich Police Department Website?
We hope that Ms. Packard is alright.
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