Please Help : Alzheimers Disease Patient Evelyn Pereira (60) Missing from Mumbai

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Mumbai, Nov 10: has received a request from the family members of Evelyn Pereira(60), who suffers from Alzheimers disease (Sudden loss of  memory) since November 4, 2008 from Andheri (East), Mumbai.

She had  just returned from Doha after a month's stay with her family members there. She was with her husband Peter Periera when she suddenly went missing.

Her husband, while shopping along with her, missed to keep an eye on  her for a moment, and never found her again.

The exact location she went missing is close to Palavi at Andheri (East) Railway Station.

Those who have the information about the lady, are  kindly requested to contact the  below-mentioned address. The  family has requested specifically the  readers of to spread this information through as many networks as possible, within their reach.

Peter Pereira
Mukund nagar ,
Andheri East
Marol Pipe line
Tel 022- 28355270


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  • Doris, Toronto

    Wed, Nov 12 2008

    I will pray for Evelyn's safe return to her family and found soon. May Our Lady take good care of her that she does not feel alone, confused and frightened. Will also keep her family members in my prayers that they be united with their loved one.

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