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Police searching for endangered Salt Lake City woman
Salt Lake City police were looking for a missing woman they described as "endangered" Friday night.
Le Tuyet, 55, was last seen Thursday morning about 9 a.m. at 1300 N. Redwood Road, according to police. She has a history of mental illness and does not have her medication.
Police believe she may have headed to a class she is enrolled in at the University of Utah. She may appear disoriented or easily distracted.
Tuyet was last seen wearing a pink shirt, tan sweatpants and dragging a black rolling suitcase.
Anyone with information about Tuyet's whereabouts is urged to call police at 801-799-3000.