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Missing Romford woman Julia Paioes found

14:38 07 May 2014

A woman who suffers from dementia and went missing on Friday, has been found.

Julia Paioes, 86, was last seen at Rush Green Primary School, in Dagenham Road, Romford, by primary school assistants when she went to pick up her granddaughter.

But she was found yesterday near Ongar where she collapsed but was found by a dog walker.

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