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Silver Alert issued for missing Lawndale woman

Posted September 4, 2008

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— The N.C. Center for Missing Persons issued a Silver Alert Thursday for a missing Cleveland County woman.

Mouy T. Tang, 46, is believed to be suffering from dementia or some other cognitive impairment.

Tang is described as Asian, 5-foot-2 and 128 pounds. She has medium length black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a white shirt with beige capris pants.

Authorities said Tang left the Unique Living Center, Inc. in Lawndale on foot and was last seen on the roadside of East Stage Coach and Philadelphia roads near the facility.

Anyone with information about Tang should call Det. Sgt. Brian Gordon at the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office at 704-484-4822.

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  • sleepyj Sep 5, 2008

    Admiral......... you should check the guidelines for NC silver alerts. It is not an age specific thing; it's for anyone who has dementia or a cognitive impairment. The system is not being abused. If we all see it and read it then it's doing it's job!!

  • TheAdmiral Sep 5, 2008

    I think it is funny that they put blue haired alerts out for 15 year old kids, when it was designed for 70 adults.

    Funny how they have learned to abuse the system.

  • duvler Sep 5, 2008

    I feel for these families and hope for the safe return of their loved one, but I must admit I'm getting pretty numb to the daily Silver Alerts ... sad, but true.

  • Adelinthe Sep 5, 2008

    bs101fly - "GOSH do we have to put out a blue hair alert every time one of them goes missing????"

    Shame on you! These people are in need just like anyone dealing with any other infliction.

    I pray that none of your family members ever faces this (cause what goes around surely does come around), and I pray they find this woman soon and well.

    God bless.

    Rev. RB

  • Aruba Sep 5, 2008

    bs101fly, karma. Ever heard of that word? I sure do hope you never have a family member that developes one of theses diseases. Wait two weeks? We'll let you wander around that long. Hope you don't get hungry or need medications.

  • bs101fly Sep 4, 2008

    Good flippin' GOSH do we have to put out a blue hair alert every time one of them goes missing????
    9 out of 10 times they stumble back into reality and it's all over.
    can we at least set a 2 week waiting period before we bore the public with something that almost ALWAYS is never ANYTHING???