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72 Year-Old Woman From Lindsay Is Missing

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LINDSAY, Calif. (KMPH) -

A seventy two year–old woman from Lindsay is missing and police have no clue where she might be.

Tammy McCall disappeared from Porterville on Saturday. No one has seen her and her cell phone goes straight to voicemail. What worries family even more is McCall was just diagnosed with dementia.

"I will do anything; I will reward you in any way," says Tammy McCall's Son Sean McCall, "If it looks like her call the Police and get involved."

McCall's family says she was driving from Lindsay to Porterville early Saturday morning. It's a thirteen mile drive McCall's family says she has traveled dozens of times. She dropped her son off at work at the Wal–Mart Distribution Center and no one has seen her since.

"She would never do anything like that. It's out of her character," says Daughter-In-Law Brandi McCall.

The seventy two year-old's family says she was driving her dark blue station wagon. They haven't found the car either. Her son realized something was wrong when she didn't pick up him at work.

"I went into panic mode and terrible things go through your mind," adds Sean McCall, "I just want her home safe."

Family members say she was driving a dark blue Saturn station wagon with the license plate number 5ERC749.

If you see McCall or her car call 911.

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