Authorites find elderly woman who had been missing in Auburn since Sunday

  • Tuesday, May 22, 2018 3:11pm
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Mary Gibbs

Mary Gibbs

The King County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday found a 76-year-old woman who had been missing since Sunday morning.

Mary Gibbs was last seen on foot near the 34000 block of 44 Avenue South in Auburn. She showed back up at the same house she had been visiting on Sunday, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Authorities said Gibbs does not have a cellphone or access to a vehicle. She resides in Walla Walla, and her normal mode of transportation is by bus.

She frequently visits the Auburn and Federal Way area.

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