Family of missing Finley woman hasn’t seen her in a year

Tammy Lee Berg, 56, hasn't been seen since May/June of 2020.
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FINLEY, Wash. — The Benton County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the community’s help in locating a middle-aged woman who hasn’t had contact with her family since this time last year.

According to a press release issued by Detective Sergeant Carlos Trevino, the missing person is 56-year-old Tammy Lee Berg. Authorities say that she is approximately 5-foot-7, 110 lbs. She has blonde hair, green eyes and may still be in the Tri-Cities region.

There have been numerous unconfirmed sightings of Tammy in the region, per the Benton County Sheriff’s Office. She may have been spotted in Kennewick and again in Walla Walla around the time that she went missing (between May and June of 2020).

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She may be in the Seattle area as local authorities say that she has family in the area. Officials believe that the Finley woman may be living in a homeless camp at this time. Additionally, detectives have no reason to believe that she possesses a car.

If you have information on her whereabouts, you’re urged to reach out to the Benton County Sheriff’s Office at 509-628-0333 or Detective CJ Conner at 509-735-6555, extension 7201.

This is a developing story. An update or a follow-up article will be published when further information becomes available.

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