UPDATE: 75-year-old Munising woman found, in hospital recovering

On October 7th around 5:00 p.m. a group of hunters located 75-year-old Nancy Boucher’s vehicle stuck on a two-track road near the area of Howe Lake (Alger County).
Rescue personnel from the Michigan State Police, Michigan State Police Canine, Alger County Sheriff’s Department and Rescue 21 responded and began a search of the area.
On October 8th around 11:30 a.m. Nancy was located about 1.5 miles from her vehicle. She was found in a wooded area approximately 75 yards off of a two-track road. Nancy was transported by Alger County EMS to Marquette General Hospital where she will be treated for exposure.

MUNISING — A 75–year–old female is still missing from the City of Munising.

Nancy Boucher was last seen Thursday night, October 4th, and left her residence in a golden/tan 2007 Chevrolet Impala. The car’s license plate number is DBV9940.

According to the Munising Police Department Boucher suffers from dementia and left her house without medication. It’s unknown where Boucher was going and there’s no known clothing description for what Boucher was wearing. She does not have access to a cell phone.

Anyone with information or who may have observed Boucher is encouraged to contact the Munising Police Department via the Alger County Dispatch at 906–387–7030.