A missing vulnerable adult has been in contact with family but continues to not tell anyone where she is, St. Louis County authorities said on Wednesday.
Priscilla Joy Sohm has reached out to her father, said Sgt. Wade Rasch, an investigator with the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office.
Sohm, 25, left her At Home Living group home in Canosia Township on July 21, using a mannequin in her bed to prolong the time she had to flee, Rasch said. She has a history of leaving the group home without permission, and was recently missing for about one month in May, authorities said.
A social worker called 911 after spotting Sohm in Duluth, but she was gone upon arrival of the authorities. She is believed to be with a male counterpart. Sohm has mental health diagnoses, and is a known drug abuser, authorities said.
Sohm is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation in western Wisconsin. She is described as having black hair, brown eyes, approximately 5 feet, 8 inches and 150 pounds.
There is a civil pickup order for Sohm, meaning authorities will take her into custody if found. Sohm was first publicly reported missing earlier this month.