Endangered woman missing out of Richland frequents city parks, busses
RICHLAND, Wash. — Have you seen this woman? Her name is Christiana Williams and she has been designated as a missing, endangered person by the Richland Police Department on the afternoon of Friday, June 17.
According to a social media alert from the RPD, Williams stands at 5-foot-4 and is identifiable by her pierced ears. She does not have any tattoos and does not wear glasses, the announcement clarified. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a grey/tan knitted sweater, a red coat and black and white shoes.
Williams is said to have an underlying medical condition which has brought great concern to her family. She has not made contact with loved ones in several weeks, leading the Richland Police Department to share her information with the public in an attempt to discover her whereabouts.
Family members and city officials say that she frequents City of Richland Parks and oftentimes can be seen riding the bus for hours on end.
Anyone with information about Mrs. Williams’ whereabouts is urged to contact the RPD’s non-emergency dispatch line immediately at (509) 628-0333. They will put you in contact with Detective Jabri, who is leading the search for this endangered woman.
This is a breaking news story. An update and/or follow-up may be issued if further details are made public.
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