Woman with schizophrenia missing from Farmington area for 1 month

Farmington police say Jeanna Reid went missing Oct. 3rd

FARMINGTON (ABC4 Utah) - Jeanna Reid went missing from her Farmington home October 3rd. It's been a month now and her family is still looking for her. 

The 26 year old was diagnosed with schizophrenia about six years ago and the family is worried that her mental illness is keeping her in danger. 

Her father Doug Reid explained, "She seemed to have an affinity toward strangers and she always tried to make friends with strangers and because of that we realized that she would be in a position to be taken advantage of."

Reid said that the investigation has been challenging because there are so few clues. People have given tips to the police but none of the possible sightings turned out to be Jeanna. The family is headed to St. George this weekend to check a relative's property that Jeanna might have gone to.

Jeanna is 5'9", 130 pounds, and her head is shaved. She was last seen in a royal blue jacket embroidered with her name in white stitching over her heart. The family asks that if you think you see Jeanna, to take a picture so that police can quickly determine if it's her.

You can find more information on the Find Jeanna Reid Facebook page. For tips, please call the lead investigator Sgt. Eric Johnsen at 801-451-5453.


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