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CANCELLED - Nassau Missing Persons Squad Seeking to Identify Amnesiac Woman Found in Bethpage

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The unidentified female Hispanic, through a translator, stated that she unable to remember her name or where she lives, authorities report.

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NCPD are investigating an Unidentified Living Adult found on Thursday, July 27, in Bethpage.

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UPDATE - August 2, 2017 - The below listed female has been identified as Angela Gonzales, 68, from Union City, New Jersey and currently remains in St. Joseph Hospital, Bethpage, where she is alert and in stable condition. Family has been located and notified of her whereabouts and condition.
 
Below is the original report.
 
Bethpage, NY - July 28, 2017 - The Missing Persons Squad is investigating a Found Unidentified Living Adult that occurred on Thursday, July 27, 2017 in Bethpage.
 
According to detectives, an unidentified female was found lying on the ground on Adams Avenue in Bethpage. The unidentified female is described as a white Hispanic, approximately 65-70 years of age, 5’3”-5’6” tall, brown eyes, grey hair and speaks Spanish.  
 
She was found wearing a dark grey fleece jacket, black fleece leggings, a pink long sleeve shirt, yellow, green and blue flip flops carrying various Metro cards and miscellaneous papers. Through a translator, the female is unable to remember her name or where she lives. She remembers getting on an express train from Grand Central Station.  
 
The unidentified female is currently being treated at St. Joseph Hospital, Bethpage.
 
Detectives request anyone with information regarding the above female to contact the Nassau County Police Department Missing Persons Squad at 516-573-7347 or call 911. All callers will remain anonymous.