UPDATE: Missing Yakima man found dead

Yakima police were looking for a 'missing/endangered' man
Missing Yakima Man Cary Lane Martin
Cary Lane Martin, 65 (Yakima Police Dept.)

FRIDAY UPDATE:

Yakima police say they received tips Thursday about a red Jeep parked at a west Yakima retail lot.

”When officers arrived to investigate they found Mr. Martin deceased inside the vehicle.
No foul play was suspected.”


ORIGINAL ARTICLE:

YAKIMA, Wash. — Police in Yakima are asking for the public’s help in finding a ‘”missing/endangered” man who left home 11 days ago and has not come back.

Cary Lane Martin is 65 years old and was reported missing on February 15 after not returning home the previous night, police say.

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Yakima Police Department said Martin is known to frequent the area around Mt. Clemens in Naches and has ties to the greater Toppenish area.

Martin left the house in his red 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee, WA license AYR8346. Martin is 5’9″ tall and weighs 165. He has brown eyes and gray hair. It is believed he may be wearing a red lightweight jacket, black jeans and white shoes.

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If you’ve seen Cary Lane Martin or his Jeep Grand Cherokee, or know where his is or may be, you’re asked to contact the Yakima Police Department at (509) 575-6200 to share any information related to this case that you may have.

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