Woman’s Remains ID’d 2 Years After She Vanished at Museum | NBC Los Angeles

More than two years after she vanished during a visit to a Los Angeles museum, a skull and other remains found on a burned Southern California hillside were determined to be those of a missing Manhattan Beach woman, her husband said Wednesday.

Nancy Paulikas, who had early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, was 55 years old when she wandered away from her husband at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Oct. 15, 2016. The disappearance was the inspiration for a county-wide program that uses trackable bracelets to help find missing people.

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She vanished 18 months ago with no leads. Now, a volunteer cop has a troubling theory about what happened to her | Los Angeles Times

Last spring, an off-duty LAPD cop named Mike Goldberg went to the movies at the Laemmle in North Hollywood with his wife.

At the theater, he spotted a flier for a missing 57-year-old Manhattan Beach woman named Nancy Paulikas, who suffered from advanced Alzheimer’s disease and had vanished on Oct. 15, 2016, in Mid-City Los Angeles.

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Family Of Missing Woman Release Age-Progressed Photo « CBS Los Angeles

MANHATTAN BEACH (CBSLA.com) — A family of a missing woman has turned to technology to help find her.

They have released an age-progressed photo of what Nancy Paulikas might look like today — nine months after the 56-year-old from Manhattan Beach went missing after walking from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art while her husband was using the restroom.

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CA – Despite 6 months of outreach, Manhattan Beach woman is still missing | Daily Breeze

When Kirk Moody read a story about a Colorado woman who was reunited with her family last month a decade after she went missing in California, it struck a chord.

After years of living on the streets in Santa Barbara, Kayannette Gabrielle suddenly remembered her name and shared it with a social worker in a homeless shelter, setting the reunion in motion. She hadn’t shown signs of memory problems until her disappearance.

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CA – Family of Manhattan Beach woman missing for two months focus search on care facilities | Daily Breeze

It’s been two months since Nancy Paulikas wandered away from a visit with her family to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and one since they held a news conference pleading for tips leading to her return.

But despite a highly organized search effort, there is still no trace of the Manhattan Beach woman, whose early-onset Alzheimer’s disease has impaired her ability to communicate. Her 56th birthday passed in November.

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CA – Vigil Held for Manhattan Beach Woman Missing Since October During Trip to LACMA | KTLA

Friends and family members held a vigil Thursday evening for a Manhattan Beach woman with early onset Alzheimer’s who has been missing since a trip to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Oct. 16.

Nancy Paulikas, 56, was separated from her family at the museum about 2:35 p.m. While her family thought she was in the restroom, video footage showed her leaving LACMA and walking west on Wilshire Boulevard.

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Public’s Help Sought To Locate Missing Manhattan Beach Woman « CBS Los Angeles

MANHATTAN BEACH (CBSLA.com) — Police sought the public’s help Monday to locate a 55-year-old Manhattan Beach woman who has been reported missing.

Nancy Paulikas was last seen around 3 p.m. Saturday at the Los Angeles Museum of Art and History in Los Angeles, according to the Manhattan Beach Police Department.

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