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Molly May Swedenskey, age 20, was last seen by her family on 9/20/2022, at about 1:00PM, located at her residence in Chiloquin, Oregon. Left behind at her residence were her two small children both under the age of two. This behavior is extremely abnormal for Molly Swedenskey.
Klamath County Sheriff’s Office is seeking Eric Patrick Koon, age 19 regarding Swedenskey’s disappearance. Koon’s vehicle is a 1999 Ford F250, white with Montana license plate 157817F
Any information please contact Klamath County Sheriff’s Office Tip-Line (541) 850-5380.
Police searching for missing and endangered woman from Klamath County
The Klamath County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding missing and endangered woman Molly Swedenskey.
CHILOQUIN, Ore. - The Klamath County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding a missing and endangered woman. Molly Swedenskey was last seen by her family on September 20, 2022 around 1 p.m. at her home in Chiloquin. Her cell phone and car was found at her home, along with her children both under the age of two. Authorities say this behavior is extremely abnormal for Molly.
Police are also looking for her estranged boyfriend Eric Koon in connection to this incident because of existing probable cause. On September 18, 2022, Koon broke into her residence and attempted to abduct her by force. He bound her wrists with zip ties, taped her mouth and fled only after she escaped and alerted help.
Eric Koon is believed to be living in his vehicle, a white Ford F250. He may have been staying in very close proximity to Molly Swedenskey, without her knowing. Koon is believed to be in possession of an unknown caliber handgun based on statements from his family. His current mental state is unknown, his cell phone off, and he has stopped talking to his family.
If you have any information, you are urged to call the Klamath County Sheriff's Office tip line at (541) 850-5380.
What a terrible, frightening situation.