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$7,500 reward up for locating Alabama woman

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — An 81-year-old Alabama woman has been missing for more than a week and her family and friends are desperate to find her. reports family and friends have searched each day in the Woodlawn and Kingston communities of Birmingham, as well as surrounding areas, looking for Campbell, who was last seen June 15 asleep in her bed. Her family says she suffers form dementia.

Birmingham police and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency issued alerts in Campbell’s disappearance. Moore said there have been several reported sightings, but they turned out not to be her.

Anyone with information is asked to call Birmingham police at 205-297-8434 or 911.

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