Minneapolis police ask for help finding vulnerable woman who is missing

She was last seen at 7 p.m. on Thursday.
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Roblina Nia Smith

Roblina Nia Smith

The Minneapolis Police Department is asking for help finding a woman who is missing. She is "considered endangered" and is not dressed appropriately for winter weather, police said.

According to the MPD, Roblina Nia Smith, 25, was last seen just before 7 p.m. Thursday on the 1600 block of 11th Avenue S in Minneapolis.

She is not dressed for the weather and doesn't have her medications that are "important for her wellbeing."

She is described as being a 5-foot-3 Black woman who weighs 135 pounds. She has black hair with pigtails. She was last seen wearing black boots, black leggings and a maroon T-shirt. 

If you see Smith, call 911 right away, police said. 

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