MEDICAL NEEDS #MISSING: Monica Boyce, 57 - Bronx, NEW YORK (may need medical attention and medication - last seen at Lincoln Hospital - belongings found along Harlem River)

A Bronx family is desperately searching for their mother who went missing following a manic breakdown.
Family members say 57-year-old Monica Boyce was visiting from Barbados earlier this month. They stay she was staying at her daughter Kimberly's apartment in Upper Manhattan.
Kimberly Boyce says her mother was taken to Lincoln Hospital on Feb. 8 after experiencing a period of manic episodes. She was released the same morning, but never returned home.
Police found Boyce's belongings along the Harlem River later that day, about three miles from the hospital.
Kimberly Boyce says that her mother experiences hallucinations, paranoia and sleeplessness during her episodes. Her mother has suffered from a medical need for more than 30 years, and has gone missing before. She also has difficulty seeing.
Boyce was last seen wearing a red shirt, grey sweatpants and a black jacket.

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