Police in Tuscaloosa are searching for a missing woman who may have gotten lost on her way home from Northport Thursday.

In a Friday afternoon social media post, a spokesperson for the Tuscaloosa Police Department said 49-year-old Wanda Gordon was last seen in Northport at 2 p.m. Thursday and she planned to drive back to her home in Tuscaloosa.

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She has not been seen since, and police fear she has become disoriented and lost.

Gordon was driving a silver 2011 Chrysler 200 with an Alabama tag and some visibile damage to its front driver's side and several stickers on the rear window.

She was wearing a white shirt and gold, stripes bottoms and see in the surveillance photo TPD shared in their post.

Gordon, who may be in or near Walker County, is described as five feet, two inches tall and 150 pounds.

Anyone who sees her or her vehicle is urged to call TPD at 205-349-2121 immediately.

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