WASHINGTON COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Police say the woman missing out of Nephi is homeless and possibly living out of her vehicle.

Family members of Miriam Judith Salgado had reached out to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office to assist with finding Salgado since her last suspected location is Washington County.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office says they do not believe Salgado is in any danger right now, but her family is concerned because this is outside her normal pattern.

Salgado has had contact with law enforcement from February to August, and her last known contact with Washington County Sheriff’s Office was on Aug. 19.

ORIGINAL STORY: Police searching for woman missing out of Nephi

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WASHINGTON COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office and the Nephi Police Department are seeking information that will help locate a woman who has been missing since August.

Miriam Judith Salgado, 44, was reported missing by family members in the Nephi area after a few weeks of no contact in August.

She is described as Hispanic, 5-feet-2 inches tall, with brown hair and brown eyes, weighing 101 pounds.

Courtesy: Washington County Sheriff’s Office

Salgado last had contact with Police on Aug. 19. Washington County Deputies located her vehicle abandoned in a desert area near Virgin, Utah on September 20.

Police ask that anyone with information regarding Salgado’s whereabouts contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Office tip line at 435-656-6644 or email tips@Washeriff.net.