UPDATE -- A 76-year-old woman who was reported missing last week in Schaumburg has been found in Hoffman Estates, Schaumburg police said in an e-mail. The woman, who was described as being "safe and sound", was taken to a hospital before being returned to the Schaumburg health care facility where she was living. No other information was available.
Schaumburg Police are asking for the public’s help finding a 76-year-old woman under state guardianship who disappeared after her son visited her Wednesday.
Agripina Resendiz lives at a Schaumburg health care facility, and her son Armando Resendiz, 52, visited her for several hours Wednesday, according to an alert from Schaumburg police. Agripa Resendiz is under the guardianship of the Illinois Office of the State Guardian because of a medical condition, which police did not specify.
Staff realized the woman was missing after the visit ended, and alerted police. Police believe she may be with her son.
Aramando Resendiz lives in various hotels in the northwest Cook or DuPage county suburbs, police said.
Agripina Resendiz is described as Hispanic, standing about 5-foot-2 and weighing about 131 pounds. She has gray hair and brown eyes. Her son also is Hispanic, stands about 5-foot-10 and weighs about 165 pounds. He has brown-and-gray hair and brown eyes.
Armando Resendiz may be driving a green 1995 Ford Explorer with Illinois license plate R601569.
Anyone with information about either Resendiz is asked to call 911 or Schaumburg Police investigators at 847.882.3534.
Police said Agripina Resendiz was still missing late this afternoon, police said.
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