Family looking for missing local man

Ryan Mason, 19, was reported missing by a family member on April 26. Photo, Auburn Police Department

Ryan Mason, 19, was reported missing by a family member on April 26. Photo, Auburn Police Department

Ryan Mason, 19, is missing, and his family is anxious to find him.

A family member reported Mason, who is homeless, as a missing person on April 26. He is not believed to be in any immediate danger.

Mason was last seen near Johnson’s Home and Garden Center in Maple Valley, but is known to frequent Auburn’s Game Farm Park.

He is 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighs about 135 pounds, with brown eyes, brown hair, and a shaved head. He may be associated with a grey 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe with Washington license plate BRL2588

Anyone who seesMason should notify Detective Sgt. S Feero at or by calling 253-288-3163 or 253-261-7994.

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