Tampa Police, family are still looking for woman missing since last week

Deborah Saucier's car was found at Julian B. Lane Park.


Tampa Police seek the public’s help to find a woman who’s been missing for a week. The last time anybody saw Deborah Saucier was last Tuesday, according to her daughter, Candice Larry.

Larry said that’s when her mom spent a few hours at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino, where security cameras show her leaving around 9:45 p.m. WTVT wrote that Saucier, 62, then drove straight to Julian B. Lane Park in downtown Tampa. Her vehicle — with purse, wallet and cellphone all locked inside — was found parked in a handicapped spot six days later.

Saucier’s daughter is concerned for mom because she needs medication and suffers from hearing and memory loss.

"My fear is, did she fall and hurt herself and is somewhere that nobody can see her, did she forget and wander and she's wandering around, my fear is that she hasn't had any food," Larry told the station.

According to police, Saucier was wearing a brown cap, unknown colored shirt and dark sweatpants. Anyone with info is being asked to call (813) 231-6130.

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