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PBSO searching for 'vulnerable' missing woman with autism, bipolar disorder

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Posted at 2:25 PM, Mar 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-04 13:31:04-05

PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing woman who has autism and other behavioral disorders.

According to the PBSO, Socheata Blossom Weimer was reported missing by her family on Feb. 26 after she failed to return to a recovery center in Lantana.

Authorities said Weimer, 20, has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, bipolar disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Weimer has not been taking her prescribed medication, she's vulnerable to influence, and she's been taken advantage of in the past because of her condition, PBSO said.

The young woman is 5'2" and 150 pounds.

Weimer has no phone or means of transportation.

On Wednesday, PBSO said she may be in the company of a man but did not give his name.

If you know where Weimer is, call the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office at 561-688-3400, or your nearest law enforcement agency.