Police find missing elderly woman using human LoJack

    No need to keep an eye on your elderly relatives with dementia. The human LoJack will do it for you. A LoJack service available in Philadelphia and Lower Merion helps police track anyone wearing the device.

     

    SafetyNet clients wear bracelets that emit radio signals, which police can track with compatible Search and Rescue Receivers. And that’s exactly what they did yesterday when a West Philadelphia woman with Alzheimer’s went missing.

    With the help of the SafetyNet tracking system, officers found the woman in an unlocked car she’d wandered into. She was found in two-and-a-half hours and returned home.

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