UPDATE: GPDPS says missing endangered adult has been found

**GRANTS PASS, Ore.- Grants Pass Department of Public Safety is asking the public for help in looking for a missing endangered adult.

It says on Monday October 25th around 11:30 PM, Gianna Carpenedo was seen on Redwood Avenue near Willow Lane in Grants Pass on foot. Police say 30-year-old Carpenedo has medical issues and is on medication for those medical needs.

Police say Carpenedo is a white female, five foot one, 200 pounds, with matted, shoulder-length brown hair and light brown eyes.  She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt with “FAITH” on the front, blue jeans and tennis shoes.  She was carrying a Dr. Pepper branded acoustic guitar, and police say she may be frequenting parks.

If located, please contact the GPDPS at 541-450-6260. Reference case number 21-46257.

**UPDATES** Grants Pass Police say Carpenedo was seen by two citizens in the 500 block of Rogue River Highway. Police responded and positively identified Carpenedo. She was transported to Three Rivers Hospital for an evaluation.

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