Elderly Everett woman Ethel O’Neil missing nearly a week | KING5.com Seattle

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Police are asking for the public’s help in locating an elderly Everett woman reported missing last Wednesday.

Family members believe Ethel A. O’Neil, 89, drove herself to the Everett Mall at about 2 p.m. on July 16 but never returned home. While she doesn’t suffer from any serious medical conditions, family members say she is showing early signs of dementia.

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Search for missing Mt. Rainier hiker Edwin Birch scaled back | The Today File | Seattle Times

MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK — Officials at Mount Rainier National Park are scaling back operations as the search for a 64-year-old missing Tacoma hiker entered the sixth day.

Deputy Superintendent Tracy Swartout says there’s still no sign of Edwin Birch, who went missing last weekend while hiking the popular 93-mile Wonderland Trail.

She says no air searches are planned Friday but six people on the ground are focusing on areas on the east side of the park.

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Jeffery DeWeber, missing man in Benton City | Local & Regional | KEPR CBS 19 – News, Weather and Sports – Pasco, WA

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BENTON COUNTY PRESS RELEASE: On Wednesday evening, a report was taken of 66-year of age Jeffery J. DeWeber had not been seen or contacted since 4:00 that afternoon. Information received is that DeWeber has Dementia and walked away from his residence with 2-small tan and white colored Chihuahua type dogs. A search of the surrounding area has yielded no sign of DeWeber.

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Port Townsend police searching for Joe Shimojima, missing man with Alzheimer’s | Local & Regional | Seattle News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KOMO News

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PORT TOWNSEND, Wash. — Port Townsend police are searching for an elderly man with Alzheimer’s who walked out of his home and drove away Friday afternoon.

Police say 86-year-old Joe H. Shimojima found a hidden set of car keys at his house and drove away at 1:30 p.m. while his son was taking a shower. Shimojima hasn’t driven for years and should not be behind the wheel of a car, according to police.

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Anji Dean, Missing teen who left behind ominous messages found safe – KPTV – FOX 12

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CAMAS, WA (KPTV) – A missing 17-year-old girl who left behind ominous messages at her Camas home has been found.

Clark County deputies said Wednesday evening that 17-year-old Anji Dean is safe.

She walked away from her home two weeks ago and her family said they had not heard from her since.

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Missing teen Anji Dean sends chilling messages before disappearance – WNEM TV 5

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CAMAS, WA (KPTV) – A local mother is desperately searching for clues in her daughter’s disappearance.

It’s been two weeks since Anji Dean walked out of her Camas home.

“It’s horrible. It’s horrible,” said Lynda Jorgensen, Dean’s mother. “She was running because she was scared. We don’t even know who she was scared of.”

She thinks it was fear that forced her daughter out the front door of her home and into a potentially dangerous situation.

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Camas, Wash. teen Angelic Dean missing since June 23rd | kgw.com Portland

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CAMAS, Wash. – A Camas teen is missing but so far, police and family members have not found any sign of her.
Angelic ‘Anji’ Tracy Dean, 17, vanished on the evening of June 23rd.

Anji’s mother told police that she went downstairs to say goodnight and her daughter was gone. She estimated that Anji vanished between 9 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.

She was last seen in the family’s home near 192nd Avenue in Camas.

Family members searched for Anji that night and then alerted the Vancouver Police Department.

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Renton, WA police ask for public’s help in finding missing woman Beverly Hodges | Q13 FOX News

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RENTON — The Renton Police Department is seeking the assistance of the community in locating Beverly Hodges, 77, who has some dementia and was last seen leaving her retirement residence Monday morning.

Hodges left the retirement residence in the 1400 block of Monroe Avenue NE at about 7:30 a.m. Monday. and has not been seen or heard from since.

Although Hodges regularly walks in the Highlands area, she would not be able to say where she lives, the police department said. She has always returned to her residence before, and police are seeking assistance in locating her Monday night.

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Body Found Likely That of Missing Mount Rainier Hiker Karen Sykes – NBC News.com

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The three-day search for a well-known outdoors writer who went missing while hiking on Mount Rainier took a grim turn Saturday, when a body was discovered in rough terrain off the trail where she was last seen.

The body has not been officially identified to be that of Karen Sykes, 70, an author who penned the “Hike of the Week” column for the former Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

But Sykes’ daughter, Annette Shirey, told NBC News officials informed her that the body found was her mother’s. There are no reports of anyone else missing on the mountain, a park official said.

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Crews search for missing hiker Karen Sykes on Washington’s Mount Rainier | Fox News

ASHFORD, Wash. – Crews were searching at Mount Rainier National Park Friday for a Seattle hiker who was reported missing late Wednesday.

Park spokeswoman Patti Wold says Karen Sykes, an experienced hiker and writer, had adequate survival gear to camp overnight in the event of an emergency. She says Sykes was working on a story at the time. Sykes has written outdoors stories for newspapers.

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