SANFORD, Fla. – UPDATE: The Sanford Police Department said Lori Ann Garber has been found.
PREVIOUS: The Sanford Police Department is seeking the public’s help locating a missing and endangered woman, according to a Twitter post by the agency on Wednesday evening.
Police said that 57-year-old Lori Ann Garber left the area of Gale Place in Sanford after an altercation where she ran toward someone with a box cutter, then cut her own wrists with the weapon.
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Garber left the scene in a blue, two-door Jeep like the one pictured below, according to Sanford police.
If found, Sanford police asked the public to not contact or approach Garber and instead contact the Sanford Police Department at 407-688-5070 or dial 911.
#Missing #endangered Lori Ann Garber, 57, left the area of Gale Pl, after an altercation where she ran toward the victim with a box cutter, then cut her own wrists with box cutter. She left in a blue, 2 door Jeep. If in contact do not approach and contact local law enforcement pic.twitter.com/Ijq1pXe9pK— SanfordPolice (@SanfordPolice) December 1, 2022
This is a developing story.
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