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Sandra Yi reportingThe Salt Lake County Sheriff's office is asking for your help in locating a missing autistic woman.
Friends and family have not seen or heard from 22-year old Ashley Labrum for 24 hours. Labrum was reported missing around midnight.
Labrum's family says Ashley takes the UTA bus home from her janitorial job at the University of Utah, but wasn't at the bus stop yesterday around noon, when she was supposed to be picked up.
The family checked with her friends and associates, knowing she is a creature of habit.
Lt. Chris Bertram/ Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office: "According to her family, this is out of the norm. She doesn't do this. Again, going back to that routine, she sticks to her routine."
Authorities also warn Ashley has pneumonia and needs medication. She is described as 5 foot- 4inches tall, 200 lbs., with blue eyes and sandy- blonde hair. If you see her, please call the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office.