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Missing woman caught on store cameras found safe

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UPDATE: Atlanta Police say they have located Judith Beadle and she is safe. She was found Sunday evening, but further details are not available.

 

Police released video of the last known sighting of a woman who is the subject of an active Mattie's Call.

Judith Beadle, 30, was caught on camera at the CVS at 842 Peachtree Street in northeast Atlanta on Dec. 2. Surveillance video caught her at the counter of the pharmacy.

Police say Beadle has been diagnosed with "diminished mental capacity" and could be in danger.

Investigators say Beadle was also seen that same day around 5 p.m. at a shelter near the CVS. They are concerned because her belongings, including a laptop, were left at the shelter.

Reports say Beadle was depressed and told her family she wanted to commit suicide.

Authorities say if you spot Beadle, call 911 or the Atlanta Police Department's Adult Missing Persons Squad at 404-546-4235.

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