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  • Missing Wyandotte woman found in Detroit

    Missing Wyandotte woman found in Detroit

    Sunday, March 30 2014 9:47 AM EDT2014-03-30 13:47:16 GMT
    Patricia McKayPatricia McKay
    A woman who vanished biking to workin Wyandotte turns up in Detroit a few days later. McKay's family says she was found in Detroit on the west side of the city. She may have suffered a major stroke, and is currently in the hospital. Details on how she got to Detroit are not yet clear. Patricia McKay bikes from her home inWyandotte towork at theWendy's at Dix and Oakwood. According to her family, she was on her way to work when she disappeared.
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WYANDOTTE, Mich. (WJBK) - Wyandotte Police are looking for a woman who vanished while biking to work Wednesday. 

According to her son-in-law, the last time anyone talked to Patricia McKay was around 9:30 am Wednesday morning. She was on her way to work at the Wendy's at Dix and Toledo. McKay rides her bike from Biddle in Wyandotte each day taking the same route: Biddle to Outer Drive, Outer Drive to Dix, Dix to Oakwood.

She was wearing a long green winter jacket and riding a purple bike with a basket on the front. According to her family, she has never disappeared before.

If you have any information, please contact Wyandotte Police at 734-324-4405.
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