Missing endangered adult in Okaloosa County found

Northwest Florida

UPDATE: Ms. Bodine was found safely, here’s an email from the OCSO:

“Reference the missing endangered FWB woman flyer shared this morning, we’re happy to report that Ms. Bodine has been found thanks to the efforts of a Okaloosa Correctional Institution K9 Tracking Team and OCSO deputies.

She was found on the ground in the front yard of a business off Auburn Road and had suffered significant injuries to an arm and ankle.

However, she’s been taken to FWB Medical Center for evaluation and treatment and is now safe.

Thanks to all of you who helped get out the word. We had many people who had seen the posts tell us they were keeping an eye out for her due to those efforts.

We also want to give a shout out to the OCI K9 team for its outstanding work.

ORIGINAL STORY: FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. (WKRG) — Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing endangered adult.

OCSO says 70-year-old Catherine Bodine was last seen on a neighbor’s surveillance camera leaving her apartment at 2:20 AM Saturday morning. Bodine is 5’4″ and 130 pounds with grayish brown hair.

If anyone has seen Bodine please call OCSO at 850-651-7400 or Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers

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