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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Marcia Wilson: Possibly Suicidal Woman Missing in San Francisco

Posted By on Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 4:29 PM

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San Francisco police need your help finding 65-year-old Marcia Wilson who disappeared earlier this week from her home in the Outer Sunset. 

Officer Albie Esparza says that Wilson left her home at about 2 p.m. on Tuesday and has not returned. Her daughter tells police that Wilson suffers from depression and is not taking any medications. Wilson has made suicidal statements in the past, and her daughter now believes she might harm herself, police say.
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Wilson is a 5-foot-5 female with blonde hair and blue eyes. She weighs about 145 pounds and was last seen wearing a black jacket, green scarf, black leggings, a tye-dye skirt and a black t-shirt with "San Francisco" on it. She was wearing brown sandals, blue nail polish, and eye glasses. 

She's known to frequent local churches. 

Anyone with information about Wilson's whereabouts is asked to contact SFPD ASAP at (415_ 553-1071. 


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