PEMBROKE PINES (CBSMiami) – Police have called off the search for a Pembroke Pines woman after she was found alive and well in the Marathon.
Renee Ramras, 83, was found in Monroe County Thursday night.
An all out search was launched for Ramras after she left her home in Century Village around 3 p.m. on Wednesday and hadn’t been seen since. She was driving a 4 door silver Toyota Corolla with a Florida Tag F363UK.
Her son, Miami police Lt. David Ramras, was desperate for answers.
“It makes no sense at all, please help me. It hasn’t been a good summer for me. My wife passed away in June,” said Ramras. “She called me at 3:10 yesterday and said that she was coming. Around 5:30 I became concerned.”
Lt. Ramras said his mom is in good health and was driving to his home in Miami Dade to look after his kids.
“She’s made the trip thousands of times. She’s lived at Century Village for 17 years. She went to the doctor yesterday and he said she’s fine.”
Lt. Ramras said the normal route his mother would take would be I-75 south to the Turnpike Extension. She would exit at SW 120th Street and head east to Pinecrest by the Falls.
Pembroke Pines police and several other south Florida agencies assisted in the search for Renee Ramras.