Janice Gray, 67. (NLVPD)

Janice Gray, 67. (NLVPD)

NORTH LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- North Las Vegas Police said a woman who went missing Tuesday was found dead.

Janice Gray, 67, was last seen near her home in the 4400 block of Summer Glenn, near Lone Mountain and Valley, around 8:30 a.m. Sept. 1.

NLVPD said Wednesday that Gray was found dead. It wasn't immediately clear when or where police found Gray.

NLVPD Officer Alexander Cuevas said Gray's death appeared to be natural, though the Clark County Coroner's Office will determine cause and manner of death.

Police said Gray suffered from dementia. The Clark County Coroner's Office ruled her death accidental due to environmental heat stress and dementia.

NLVPD thanked everyone who assisted in the search for Gray.

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Mediumjeep

Vigilante & mercenaries,few days a month,getting rid of theifing illegals & drugs ! Sure would help !

ocean

Only way to die in Nevada is from Covid. So another Covid death, nothing to do with smoking, drinking nope its another Covid death yup yup

qwerty123

It's actually only the third leading cause of death in Nevada over the last six months after heart disease and cancer.

MicheleR58

North Las Vegas says it all.

Nevermore

You can't condemn the whole city. Yes, there is crime, but Las Vegas won with the mass shootings. I've lived in Northtown for almost forty years and I am still alive and I love my neighborhood. There is truly no safe city anymore.

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