San Francisco Woman Has Been Missing Since Saturday morning, September 21
Family asking for help locating Lynne Spalding who was last seen at San Francisco General Hospital
27 September 2013 – San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Police Department and the family and friends of a San Francisco woman are asking for information and assistance in locating the woman who has been missing since Saturday, September 21, 2013. Lynne Spalding was admitted to San Francisco General Hospital on Thursday suffering complications from an infection. She was being checked on every 15 minutes by hospital personnel. Last seen at 10:15am Saturday morning, Spalding was not in her room and unable to be located at 10:30am, at which point San Francisco General staff alerted the authorities.
Spalding is 57 years old, Caucasian, 5’6” tall with long dark hair and weighs 105 pounds. At the time of her disappearance, she is believed to have been wearing blue jeans, black boots and a black sweatshirt with the words “San Francisco Pow Wow” embroidered on it. She may have been carrying a large black and white striped bag. Spalding speaks with a heavy British accent and is very thin and frail. Her friends and family are extremely concerned for her safety as she is on medication and was very confused when last seen.
Spalding has lived in San Francisco for several years and is mother to two grown children. A missing persons report has been filed with San Francisco Police Department, and anyone with information is asked to call Police Dispatch at (415) 553-0123 and reference case #130796086.
A Facebook page has also been setup with photos to help spread awareness and provide updates. Search "FINDLYNNE" on Facebook or visit www.facebook.com/pages/FIND-LYNNE/370247543108609