Silver Alert canceled after woman missing from Suffield found

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SUFFIELD — Suffield Police said they found Kimberly (Mahoney) Saxton, 52, after she went missing on Wednesday, December 6.

Police said she was found near Main Street in Tariffville.

Simsbury and Suffield police departments found Saxton at a multi-family residence just after 11:40 a.m. She appeared to be in satisfactory health although she displayed signs of disorientation and confusion, according to police and was taken to the hospital for further care.

Suffield Police want to reassure the community once again that, at no time during this incident, was there any threat or concern to public safety.

Chief Richard Brown expressed his appreciation to all those in the community and beyond who shared the missing person/endangered information about Kimberly’s disappearance, especially through social media:

“The outpouring of support by the community to assist Suffield Police in finding Ms. Saxton quickly, serves as another example of how police, in partnership with the community, can best safeguard life and property for our residents.”