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UPDATE: Former mayor of Grand Coteau found

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Grand Coteau, La. -

The former mayor of Grand Coteau has been found.  According to Grand Coteau Police 91-year-old Mary Vivian Murry was found safe and she is back home in Grand Coteau. 

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The Grand Coteau Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing 91-year-old woman. 

Mary Vivian Murray, former mayor of Grand Coteau, was last seen leaving her home in the 100 block of St. Joseph Street in Grand Coteau around 10 a.m. this morning. She was driving a silver 2004 Buick Century. The license plate number is MZZ498. 

Police say Murray was wearing white pants and and a purple blazer. 

If you have any information on Murray's whereabouts, contact Grand Coteau police at 337-662-3972 or 337-662-3996. 

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