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Missing-Endangered Adult, Sandra Glebocki, has been safely located and is with her family.
On 12/01/10, the Ocala Police Department received a report in reference to a missing/endangered adult identified as w/f Sandra Glebocki, age 43. The original report had been made with the Citrus County Sheriff's Office, but it was discovered that the last place she was seen was the Greyhound Bus Station in Ocala.

Glebocki's sister called to make this report with us. She advised that on 11/05/10 Glebocki's father and brother had dropped her off at the bus station, where she was to take a bus to New York. Glebocki never arrived in New York. Officer S. Hunter found that Glebocki had also been seen at the local Salvation Army in Ocala, where she had stayed from 11/05/10 to 11/07/10. She left there and they have not seen her since. They were concerned due to a history of mental & physical illnesses.

On Saturday, 12/04/10, the Ocala Police Department was contacted by the Village Goshen Police Department in New York. Officer Rich from that Department advise that relatives of Glebocki's had contacted the Village Goshen Police Department and advised Glebocki was at their home and that law enforcement in Florida was looking for her. Officer Rich advised that he had gone to the residence and made contact with Sandra Glebocki where he confirmed that it was her and that she was unharmed.

The Ocala Police Department is happy that Sandra Glebocki has been safely located and is with family members. We thank the community for their assistance in this case.

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