NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 31, 1992
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(Studio: Keith Morrison) Report introduced.
(Paramus, New Jersey: Jeff Madrick) Crime against the elderly featured; two cases of the mysterious disappearance of money from the bank accounts of elderly people with failing memories. [Elder care specialist Miriam ARONSON, 93-year-old Natasha SCHWARTZMAN - talk about Natasha's finances.] [Geriatric lawyer Robert KRUGER, pizzeria's Joe KEEGAN - talk about Sam Kamen's finances.] [Geriatric association Rona BARTLESTONE, geriatric care specialist Rita SEIDEN - talk about issues of the elderly.]
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