Queensland police are searching for an elderly Brisbane woman and are continuing to look for a missing Warwick grandmother.
Rosemary Osborne, 76, was last seen at her home on Eurambeen Close at Karana Downs, Saturday night at about 10pm.
"Her family hold concerns for her welfare as she suffers from a medical condition and may be disoriented," police said in a statement.
Police are searching bush and park lands within the suburb for Ms Osborne, described as being about 170 centimetres tall, with light brown hair and hazel eyes.
Police were also searching for missing 89-year-old Gold Coast resident Ermanno Vucci yesterday, but he was found safe and well last night.
Meanwhile, police are continuing their search for missing Warwick grandmother Gail Lynch.
A team of 20 police and SES volunteers have been combing the Warwick reach of the Condamine River on foot and by boat for signs of the 55-year-old woman who was last seen at her unit in the southern Queensland town on July 3.
Police divers joined the search yesterday.
Her disappearance is being treated as a missing persons investigation, but police said they have considered foul play.
The missing persons cases are unrelated.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.