Photo courtesy Pasadena Police Department.
Photo courtesy Pasadena Police Department.

Pasadena police on Friday were on the lookout for a 46-year-old woman with several medical conditions.

Gina Richardson — who has autism but is high-functioning, as well as bipolar disorder and high blood pressure — was last seen on Wednesday.

“She was possibly seen entering the Gold Line Metro Memorial Park Station in Pasadena the night she was reported missing,” according to Pasadena police.

Richardson is 5 feet 3 inches tall, 180 pounds and has short brown hair, brown eyes, dimples on both cheeks, a gap in her front teeth and a lazy left eye. She also has a noticeable scar on her throat.

“Richardson has difficulty communicating and will not typically initiate a conversation with others,” according to police.

She walks with a “‘power-walking’ type stride swinging both arms up and down and head from side to side,” police said.

She may be wearing UGG boots and a dark-colored shirt.

Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts was urged to contact Pasadena police at (626) 744-4620.

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