DULUTH, Ga. - Duluth police officers went above and beyond to help a grandmother who became lost over the Labor Day weekend.
Police say officers was called to help the 73-year-old Asian woman who got lost when she walked away from her grandson's home.
The woman told officer that she had been walking for over six hours. After getting the dehydrated woman a drink at the local gas station, Kang and other officers tried to track down the home.
The woman only knew the numbers of the home and not the address and could only tell them that the home was a single story building with a garage on the left and single tree in the front yard.
With that information gathered, several officers spread out to find the home. After a few hours of searching, they found it!
On Facebook, the Duluth Police Department shared the happy reunion.
"Our Duluth officers went ABOVE and BEYOND to help her find her home and that's why we call them #DuluthsFinest!" the department wrote in the post.