Search for Arletha Diane Bennett

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People listen to instructions for the search as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area prepare to search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Red Cross worker Peggy Belger hugs Hyland Bennett, the brother of the missing resident, as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers gather to search the area for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Lt. Teddy Jackson stands with a group of people gathered as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers prepare to search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Redcross worker Peggy Belger holds up a flyer as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Shadows of people waiting for instructions are seen as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area prepare to search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Lt. Teddy Jackson (center, left) and Investigator Daniel Rodriguez (center, right) stand on a picnic table as they brief a group of people as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area prepare to search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Sonya Preston (far left) helps her mother Mary Preston (center, left) wrap a scarf around her face to keep warm as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area prepare to search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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All-terrain-vehicles, squad cars, and a helicopter were used along with volunteers on foot as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Volunteers break into groups as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Red Cross disaster services coordinator Anna Jackson (center, right) walks through back yards with other volunteers as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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People search abandoned houses as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Land Surveyor Jeffery Phillips looks in the back of an abandoned truck as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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People search abandoned houses as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Volunteers check crawl spaces and walk the streets as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Red Cross worker Peggy Belger (right) listens as Investigator Daniel Rodriguez speaks as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area prepare to search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Edward Pugh leans to check a storm drain as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Volunteer Marvin Mobley walks through brush and woods with Jeffery Phillips as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Red Cross Disaster Relief coordinator Anna Jackson walks the treeline near traintracks as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Pam Nyberg's scent dog Bodie takes her to a backyard as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Tim Ward, with the Alpha Team K-9 unit, is seen with his pack as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Pam Nyberg and her scent dog Bodie sweep a backyard as Tim Ward and Beverly Benton check underneath a covered car in a resident's backyard as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Debris is seen in a wooded area as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Tim Ward (lower right) and Beverly Benton (upper left) flip an old couch, and other debris, after cadaver dog Bonnie (center) showed interest in the area while conducting a sweep as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Beverly Benton calls her dog Bonnie, a cadaver dog, as they sweep a wooded area as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff
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Beverly Benton sweeps a wooded area with the other members of the Alpha Team K-9 unit as the Waynesboro Police Department, surrounding agencies and volunteers from the area search for missing resident Arletha Diane Bennett, who has been missing for a week, on Friday, January 24, 2014 in Waynesboro, Georgia. Bennett left her home in the middle of the night and suffers from Alzheimer's. Sara Caldwellstaff

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