One missing Tumwater, WA girl Amber Herzog found, other, Epiphany Wall spotted | Local News | The Olympian

One girl who was missing since Sept. 21 has been found, and the other has been spotted, according to Tumwater police.

Amber Herzog, 13, was found Tuesday afternoon and Epiphany Wall, 13, was seen in Tumwater at about 2:30 p.m. Wall is still considered missing.

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WA – Police appeal for public’s help in finding missing girl Madison Strobel | Q13 FOX News

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OLYMPIA — Police are hoping the public’s tips can help lead to a 16-year-old Olympia girl who has been missing since Saturday.

Madison Strobel of Olympia has been missing since Saturday evening, the Olympia Police Department said. The specifics around her disappearance were not immediately available.

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Missing endangered Seattle, WA boy Billy Hanson may be on sailboat

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SEATTLE – An alert was out Friday for what police call a missing and endangered 9-year-old boy who was believed to have been taken by his father on a sailboat from Seattle.

Police say Billy Ginger Hanson was supposed to return to his mother in Pennsylvania on Sept. 4, but never boarded the flight.

He’s believed to be with his father, Jeffrey Ford Hanson, 46, who is a known drug abuser.

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Missing Woman Holly Ann Dickens Thought to Be in Humboldt, CA | Lost Coast Outpost | Humboldt County

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The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance with any information about a missing adult reported to this Office.

On September 11, 2014 at 7:12 PM, a Deputy received information about a missing person that was believed to be traveling through Humboldt County and possibly in the Shelter Cover area. Holly Ann Dickens (attached picture) left the Washington State area and was going to travel to the San Diego area of California, to stay with her sister.

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WA – Missing hiker Kelly Hall walks out on his own at Olympic National Park | Outdoors | The News Tribune

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What was to be a six-day backcountry hike in the northeast corner of Olympic National Park for 64-year-old Kelly Hall turned into a 10-day ordeal that ended Monday when he walked out to the Whiskey Bend Trailhead. The Bainbridge Island hiker is tired, has some scrapes and bruises, but is otherwise OK.

Hall walked out to the Whiskey Bend Trailhead in the Elwha River valley shortly before 10 a.m. Monday where he met a group of hikers who gave him a ride to the Elwha Ranger Station.

Hall was reported overdue Thursday night after he failed to show up at a planned rendezvous at the Slab Creek Trailhead with a family member.

He began his hike on Aug. 30, setting out from the Obstruction Point Trailhead near Hurricane Ridge. Hall planned to do a 39-mile hike through Grand Valley to Grand Pass, continuing over Cameron Pass, through Dose Meadows, over Gray Wolf Pass and along the Gray Wolf Trail to the Slab Camp Trailhead, according to Maynes.

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Hiker, Kelly Hall missing in Olympic National Park, WA

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A search was launched late Friday for a Bainbridge Island man who is two days overdue from an intended six-day, 39-mile hike in the northeast corner of Olympic National Park.

Park officials say Kelly Hall, 64, began his hike on Aug. 30, setting out from the Obstruction Point Trailhead near Hurricane Ridge.

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Vancouver, WA police seek help finding missing woman Marissa Halbin

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VANCOUVER, Wash. – Vancouver police are asking for the public’s help finding a missing 20-year-old woman.

Marissa L. Halbin was reported missing by her family on Monday. She was last seen in the area of Northeast 11th Avenue and 49th Street.

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