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Update From Spokane Police: Missing Woman Located

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UPDATE: The Spokane Police Dept. has confirmed with KHQ that Darlene Hill has been located. As soon as we learn the details surrounding her disappearance we'll post them.

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police are asking for you help in locating a woman who went missing Sunday night. 

60-year-old Darlene Hill left a residence in the 1500 block of S. Lewis Sunday night to go to Wal-Mart. She said she would be back before dark, but never returned. 

She was not wearing her glasses and doesn't see well without them. Police say Hill has only been in Spokane for a week and doesn't know the area. She is:

-5'4", 180 lbs, brown eyes, brown hair, wearing a LS light colored striped shirt, blue jeans, black boots and a pink backpack. 

If you know where she is or see her, please call 911.

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