Police need public’s help to find missing Auburn woman

  • Friday, October 11, 2019 9:36am
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Kaylee Mae Nelson-Jerry

Kaylee Mae Nelson-Jerry

A 21-year-old Auburn woman remains missing, and police need help to locate her.

Kaylee Mae Nelson-Jerry has has not been heard from for some time, Auburn Police said. She is Native American, around 5-foot-7, with a slim build, black eyes and black hair.

If anyone has information as to her location, please contact the Auburn Police tip line at 253-288-7403 or call 911 (reference APD case number 19-11631).

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