HOLDENVILLE, Okla. - Authorities are looking for a missing woman in Holdenville.
Passion Ingram, 25, was last seen at her home around 11:00 Thursday night.
Her family told NewsChannel 4 she has a mental disability and is without her medication.
“She is 25-years-old, but she`s kind of more like a 13-year-old. Doesn`t recognize dangerous situations,” Sabrina Hutchison, with the Holdenville Police Department, said.
Her adoptive parents have been raising her for 16 years and said that leaving home is very out of character for her.
“I don`t have words to describe the feeling of lossness,” Wilma Berry, her adoptive mother, said.
“It`s unsettling,” John Berry said.
Wilma Berry said when she went to check on Passion Friday morning she was nowhere to be found.
“That she would leave. It just blows our mind,” Mrs. Berry said.
Even more shocking is she did not take any of her personal belongings.
Her family believes she snuck out in the middle of the night.
“I believe in God 100 percent, but I believe someone talked her into that,” John Berry, her adoptive father, said.
Not too long ago he said he caught Passion talking to a man from out of state on the phone.
After that, they took her phone away and replaced it with an i-Pad.
Her family had no idea she had found the Wi-Fi password and was getting on the internet.
“I`m fearing that she just got in touch with someone on social media and they picked her up,” Mr. Berry said.
Now they are relying on their faith and hoping they hear her walk back through the door.
“It`s God. We`re just praying that he would absolutely watch over her,” Mrs. Berry said.
Passion is about 5 foot tall and 110 pounds.
She was last seen wearing a dark hoodie and dark pants.
She wears lime green and black glasses.
If you see her please call the Holdenville Police department at 405-379-6627.