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Missing Scottsdale woman safely back home

(Source: Scottsdale Police Department) Sofi Gabrielle Collis went missing Christmas Eve and returned home Tuesday night. (Source: Scottsdale Police Department) Sofi Gabrielle Collis went missing Christmas Eve and returned home Tuesday night.

Scottsdale police said a mentally disabled woman who went missing Christmas Eve returned to her home late Tuesday night unharmed.

Scottsdale police spokesman Sgt. Mark Clark on Wednesday morning said 19-year-old Sofi Gabrielle Collis, who also goes by Chloe, returned to her home but gave no explanation of where she had been since she was last seen Monday afternoon.

Clark said Collis has a developmental delay, suffers from epilepsy and has gone without her medication for two days.

Her family said she operates at about a 12- or 13-year-old level. Collis went rollerblading about 1 p.m. Monday close to her home near 86th Street and Lincoln Drive, Clark said.

"We just want to know she's safe, and we want her to know that we love her and that she's not in trouble," said her sister, Ariel Koch. "We just want to have her home. She's going to start having seizures."

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