Missing woman with developmental disabilities believed to be in Henrico

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Sophia Silva (PHOTO: Bloomfield Police Department)

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — Police in Bloomfield, Connecticut believe a missing woman with developmental disabilities is with her boyfriend in Henrico County. The police department in Connecticut has issued a Silver Alert for Sophia Silva.

Silva, 25, was last seen May 24 in Hartford.

“Information leads investigators to believe that the couple are in the Henrico County area. There is an active Bloomfield PD misdemeanor arrest warrant for [her boyfriend] Capri Rogers however it is non-extraditable,” a Bloomfield Police spokesperson said.

Silva was described as an African American female, approximately 5’4” tall and weighing approximately 295 pounds.

When Silva was last seen, she had an “afro” hair style. Her nose and tongue are pierced, she has a “V” shaped scar on her back, a scar and mole on her ankle, and a large scar on her thigh. Relative were uncertain which extremities had these characteristics. Relative have not conveyed any health risk/danger concerns about Silva.

Anyone with information about Sophia was asked to call the Bloomfield Police Department at 860-242-5501.

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