Missing Del Mar Heights woman found safe

By City News Service

A missing 54-year-old woman with a medical condition was found Sunday in good condition, San Diego police said.

Police reported at 12:33 p.m. Sunday that Debra Joy Kramer is safe. But they issued no details on how she was located.

Kramer left her Del Mar Heights residence without her personal belongings at 11 p.m. Friday.

Police said Kramer suffers from a sickness that makes her body shake and avoids eye contact when engaged in conversation. Kramer was said to empathize with homeless and talked about visiting them.

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