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Police: Missing, endangered woman found safe in Easley

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Kay Dorsey (Photo provided) Kay Dorsey (Photo provided)
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GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Greenville police said they have located a woman who went missing over the weekend and was considered endangered.

Detective David Garrison said Kay Dorsey was last seen at the Haywood Mall on Friday around 11 p.m.

Dorsey has a history of medical problems and her family members had not seen or heard from her in several days, Garrison said.

About 8:45 a.m. on Monday, police said Dorsey was located safe in Easley and was reunited with her family.

Detectives believed Dorsey was traveling with her two dogs. One was described as a brown and white boxer and a gray weimaraner, which detectives noted looked very similar to a Labrador retriever.

Police spokesperson Johnathan Bragg said she was found in the K-Mart parking lot along with her dogs, which were also OK.

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