Golden Alert: Woman Missing from Covington
Tue, 11/13/2018 - 10:03 RCN Newsdesk
UPDATE: On Friday, November 16, Covington Police said that Geraldine Golsby was found safe.
This story has been updated. Covington Police corrected its updated press release, which originally said a new image of Geraldine Golsby originated on Saturday, but it was, in fact, Monday.
Covington Police on Wednesday released updated information related to a woman missing from the city since Sunday.
Geraldine Golsby, 71, is the subject of a Golden Alert. Covington Police and the Kenton County Emergency Management office are handling the investigation.
She was last seen by her granddaughter on Sunday, November 11 at 9:15 a.m. On Wednesday, Covington Police released an updated image, seen below this article, showing Golsby at an ATM at 6th Street and Madison Avenue in Covington on Monday, November 12. Police said that the clothing seen in that image is a better representation of investigators believes Golsby is dressed now.
Golsby is 5'7", 180 pounds, with a mole on her left eyelid. She wears glasses and hearing aids.
She was last seen wearing black sweat pants, a black coat, and a maroon hat.
Golsby was recently released from the hospital after treatment for a serious medical condition, according to a news release.
She does not drive a car, and uses the bus system for transportation.
Anyone with information is asked to call 859.292.2296.