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Police release updated picture of missing 75-year-old

Published On: May 03 2014 03:05:05 PM CDT   Updated On: May 05 2014 12:07:28 PM CDT

Mary L. Coulthard

JANESVILLE, Wis. -

Janesville police are continuing to look for a missing woman, and have released a more recent photo of her.

The Janesville Police Department said Saturday that 75-year-old Mary L. Coulthard was last seen Friday night. Police want to check Coulthard's welfare.

Police said she is known to travel on foot and by public transportation.

According to the alert, Coulthard's last known whereabouts were on the 200 block of North Main Street at about 9 p.m. She was wearing blue jeans, white tennis shoes and possibly a light blue sweater.

Coulthard is 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 150 pounds, and has gray hair and hazel eyes.

During a news conference on Monday, Janesville Police Chief David Moore said a ground, water and aerial search have been conducted. He said some of her property was found near the Rock River and her water bottle was found on the Milwaukee Street Bridge.

The aerial search extended to the Illinois state line.

Police asked anyone who has seen Coulthard since 9 p.m. Friday or knows where she may be to call the Rock County Communications Center at 757-2244.

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