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Missing Alberta Woman Was Last Seen Heading To An Appointment In Calgary

Police are asking for the public’s help looking for a missing Alberta woman who was last seen before heading into the city for an appointment on Tuesday, July 21. 

Local police have stated that Vida Smith was last seen by her family on that Tuesday in Chestermere before she made her way to Sunridge in Northeast Calgary for her early afternoon appointment. 

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(403)266-1234 

The number to call if you have any information. 

She did not return home and no one has heard from her since. 

The 69-year-old woman is described as being five foot three, about 110 pounds, has brown hair, blue eyes, and a slender build.

At the time, she was wearing a black tank top, patterned skirt, carrying a black purse and was driving her black four-door 2002 Nisan Altima with the license plate WBE 070 and damage to the left rear panel. 

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