UPDATE: Authorities in Redondo Beach announced Wednesday afternoon that Taylor had been “located.” FOX 5 has reached out for further details.
SAN DIEGO – Authorities Tuesday were searching for a Redondo Beach woman who hasn’t been heard from in several days after appearing “distraught” on a phone call from San Diego last week.
Rosann Taylor, 67, last was seen Jan. 27 when leaving her home to visit San Diego, Redondo Beach police Lt. Fabian Saucedo said in a news release. According to police, Taylor hasn’t been heard from since Jan. 28 when she made a phone call that was traced potentially near University City.
“Family and friends are concerned about Rosann Taylor’s well-being and feel she may be in need of medical attention,” Saucedo said.
Taylor was described by police as being white, standing 5-foot-4 and weighing 115 pounds with shoulder-length brown hair. She was wearing a white shirt with a brown sweater and tan pants at the time of her last sighting, and driving a white 2015 Nissan Altima with the California license plate 8KQG907.
Anyone with information on Taylor’s whereabouts was asked to call the Redondo Beach Police
Department’s Investigations Division at 310-379-2477.