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UPDATE: Elderly missing Wisconsin woman may be headed to Canada in vehicle

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MILWAUKEE, WI -

UPDATE: Authorities say the last known location of a missing elderly Wisconsin woman who is believed to have dementia or another mental illness has changed.

Hazel Lelivelt, 78, was released from a hospital on West National Avenue in Milwaukee on Tuesday around 3:30 p.m., and was traveling on foot.

She then took a taxi to the Best Western located at 5511 West National in Milwaukee.

At 5:30 p.m., she was seen getting into a Silver Nissan SUV.

The vehicle is believed to have Nebraska license plate "8-E839".

Lelivelt had recently made comments about possibly heading to Canada. 

She walks slowly and uses a cane, and also goes by the name of Maxine.

Lelivelt is described as 5'0, weights 120 pounds, and has gray hair and brown eyes.

She was seen wearing a gray sweater, green hospital shorts, and green hospital socks.

In an earlier report, Lelivelt was wearing a white shirt, red tights, and was carrying a garbage bag.

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A Silver Alert has been issued for a Milwaukee woman who is believed to have dementia or another mental impairment.

Hazel Lelivelt, 78, was last seen Tuesday afternoon around 3:30 p.m. on West National Avenue in Milwaukee after she was released from the hospital. 

Hazel goes by Maxine, and had recently made comments about possibly heading to Canada.

She is known to use taxis as transportation, however she was last seen on foot. 

Lelivelt is described as 5'0, 120 pounds, and has gray hair with brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing a white shirt, red tights, and was carrying a garbage bag.

She is known to walk slowly.

If you have any information on where Hazel may be, you're asked to contact the Milwaukee Police Department at 414-935-7405.

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