Chula Vista police continue search for missing woman with autism

Police on Tuesday continued to search for a 47-year-old woman with autism who went missing from a casino in Chula Vista on Sunday after she apparently left willingly with a man, a police lieutenant said.

Chula Vista police Lt. Dan Peak said investigators continued to work with the family of Pang Vue in an effort to locate her.

Video surveillance showed Vue leaving the Seven Mile Casino on Bay Boulevard near F Street about 1:45 a.m. with the unidentified man, police said Sunday. She was last seen being pushed in a wheelchair by the man and heading south on Bay Boulevard.

She was reported missing about 5:35 a.m.

On Tuesday, Peak said it appeared Vue, who lives in San Diego, struck up a conversation with the man and left with him willingly. The lieutenant added that there was no evidence of a crime and that Vue had gone missing in the past.

Vue, who does not require a wheelchair for mobility, speaks limited English and needs medicine daily, police said.

She stands at 4 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 100 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. She was wearing a pink jacket, black pants, white shoes and carrying a black backpack when she went missing Sunday.

Police asked anyone with information about Vue’s disappearance or whereabouts to contact the department at (619) 691-5151.