Family: missing woman with autism found

Naimah Biggs, 20, was last seen getting off

Naimah Biggs, 20, was last seen getting off a school bus in front of her home at 261 Buffalo Ave. Friday. (Credit: News 12)

CROWN HEIGHTS - A Crown Heights woman with autism was found in Brownsville Tuesday after being reported missing by her family.

The family of Naimah Biggs, 20, reported to police their daughter was last seen getting off a school bus in front of her home at 261 Buffalo Ave. Friday.

Her mother says that she never made it inside their apartment.

Biggs has poor communication skills and a low reading level, according to her mother, Christina Hardin.

Bigg's family says their daughter has been reunited with the family

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