Missing mentally challenged Ambridge woman found
A mentally challenged Ambridge woman who walked away from a personal care home caught a bus to her mother's home in Beaver Falls and has been found, Ambridge's police chief said.
Staff at the Maplewood Personal Care Home reported Beester Rains, 24, missing about 4 p.m. Friday, saying she was last seen at the care home around 2 p.m.
Emergency personnel began searching for the woman in Ambridge, believing she had walked toward Allegheny County. Police Chief James Mann said Rains' mother called police after 5 p.m. and said that Rains had taken a bus to Beaver Falls and was unharmed.
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