UPDATE: Missing Sequim woman returns home safe
Victoria E. Tamblyn
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"She was cold but apparently OK, otherwise," a Sheriff's Office spokesman says.
Further details are awaiting reports from deputies at the scene.
SEQUIM — A 47-year-old Sequim woman described as despondent and in poor health by the Clallam County Sheriff's Office has been reported missing.
Victoria E. Tamblyn was last seen near Kinkade Road south of Sequim, according to a Sheriff's Office media release.
Search and rescue teams from the Sheriff's Office spent last weekend searching Tamblyn, who has been missing since 9 a.m. April 3 in the area of Kinkade Island along the Dungeness River, according to the news release.
Sheriff's deputies took the missing-person report Saturday and learned that Tamblyn had told her roommate that Tamblyn planned on going into the woods to be alone.
Tamblyn reportedly was wearing a flowered knitted cap, a dark blue or black parka with orange lining, a gray hooded sweatshirt with the word “Primo” printed on the back, jeans and hiking boots.
Tamblyn also is likely with her dog, Bear, described a large black dog with white paws, according to the Sheriff's Office.
The news release described Tamblyn as “ill-equipped for an outdoor stay” as she is thought to have only the clothes she was wearing, a white down blanket, a blue tarp and a hunting knife.
Anyone with any knowledge of Tamblyn's whereabouts is encouraged to call the Clallam County Sheriff's Office at 360-417-2459.
Last modified: April 09. 2013 3:07PM