A Yakima County woman is missing.
The Yakima County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to find 61-year old Terrie Berglund-Dallman.
According to a Facebook post from the Yakima County Sheriff's Office:
Terrie is still missing. Our Search and Rescue (SAR) team went to her home yesterday with her two sons. We searched her house, her property, and we used a drone to search a certain radius past the property. We were able to find a sock and bare feet prints about 2 miles away from the home leading to the foothills. We are out searching again today. We have notified the State Emergency Operations Center requesting their assistance with additional skilled searchers to supplement our SAR team.
Where was Terrie last seen?
Terrie Berglund-Dallman was last seen near the area of Tieton Drive and Homestead Road, far out in West Valley.
If you have information:
Please call 911 or contact the Yakima County Sheriff's Office at 509-574-2500.
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