(Updated) Missing 75-year-old found in Upper Hanover

Betty Mae Gery

(Updated 12 p.m.) SKIPPACK - The Red Hill woman last seen Aug. 19 was found alive in a wooded area late Wednesday morning.

Betty Mae Gery, 75, was found along the 1100 block of Deevy Road in Upper Hanover around 10:50 a.m.

'As far as we know, she was found by herself,' a person with the state police at Skippack said shortly after she was reportedly found.

Police said Gery was located and sent to Lehigh Valley Hospital for treatment via Upper Perkiomen EMS.

A spokesperson with the hospital said Gery was still in the emergency room around noon and there was no official condition available for her at that time.

Gery was seen walking through the parking lot of her apartment building complex on East 6th Street around 8 p.m. Aug. 19.

Authorities utilized tracking dogs and helicopters in an effort to find Gery, who police initially said was likely without identification and not wearing her eyeglasses.

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SKIPPACK - The Red Hill woman last seen Aug. 19 was found Wednesday morning.

Betty Mae Gery, 75, was found in the 'area of Upper Hanover,' according to the state police at Skippack.

'As far as we know, she was by herself,' a representative for the state police said.

A release sent from them said Gery was being treated by medical personnel after being found. There was no indication of her condition.

Gery was seen walking through the parking lot of her apartment building complex on East 6th Street around 8 p.m. Aug. 19.

Authorities utilized tracking dogs and helicopters in an effort to find Gery, who police initially said was likely without identification and not wearing her eyeglasses.

Follow Frank Otto on Twitter @fottojourno.

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