URGENT #MISSING: Nejay Redd, 60's - Madison, WISCONSIN (Dementia - has a hard time walking - speaks very little English)

The search continues for a Madison woman who has been missing for nearly two weeks.
Nejay Redd is an African immigrant and speaks very little English.
Redd went missing 13 days ago, and with no information on her whereabouts, community members came together Saturday to show their support for the family.
Family and friends walked the Darbo community Saturday signing and passing out flyers to residents in the area.
The Liberian Association of Wisconsin coordinated the search efforts, hoping the community support will help bring Redd home.
"We come together all the time. In times of happiness we come together. In times of sorrow we come together. Today's program is highlighting a sense of community and coming together, being a community member," said Emmanuel Urey, the president of the Liberian Association of Wisconsin.
Redd went missing from her home on Madison's east side Sept. 15. She is in her 60s and has dementia.
Family members said over the past few weeks her health has deteriorated, making it hard for her to walk.
Police are asking anyone with information on Redd's whereabouts to call the Madison Police Department.
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