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Missing woman found in Northwood

Photos of Cleo Zarate (Source: Ohio Attorney General) Photos of Cleo Zarate (Source: Ohio Attorney General)
NORTHWOOD, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A missing 86-year-old woman last seen at the America's Best Value Inn has been found and reunited with her family.

Cleo Zarate was last seen in the pool area of the Northwood America's Best Value Inn around 3:45 p.m. Wednesday. Police were concerned because she doesn't speak English, only Spanish.

The search began immediately and included K-9 units who went through every room of the building. They then expanded the search to a one-mile radius and used a medical emergency helicopter to look from above.

She was found shortly after 9 p.m. inside her hotel room. Police say they're still trying to figure out where Zarate went for the hours she was missing and how she got back into her room undetected.

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