Missing elderly couple found safe in Tijuana

A couple reported missing after failing to return home from a dinner outing this week was found unharmed Thursday in Mexico.

Jacqueline Indreko, 70, and 90-year-old Raymond Hegwer disappeared after dining at a Rancho Bernardo restaurant Tuesday night, San Diego Police Department Detective Gary Hassen said.

Investigators determined that the couple had decided to visit Tijuana, where their car broke down, according to Hassen. Police in Tijuana located them this afternoon in a motel and “verified that they were safe and secure,” Hassen said.

The couple was expected to return home Thursday night.

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