WA WA - Heather Tegerdine, 41, Sequim, Clallam County, 22 Dec 2018 *mental health issues*

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  1. GuyfromCanada

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    **UPDATE - MISSING PERSON - HEATHER TEGERDINE**

    Heather has been missing since December 22, 2018 and is considered endangered. In the time since she left home, Sheriff's Deputies and her family have been searching for Heather and tracking down sightings. There have been reported sightings of Heather on Clallam Transit, the Health Department and the Sequim YMCA.

    The Clallam County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating missing person, Heather Tegerdine. Heather is a 40 year old white female, 5'5, 210 lbs. Heather has mental health issues and left her parent's home in Diamond Point the evening of December 22, 2018 between 8 - 9pm. Heather left on foot without her bus card, wallet and coat. She does not have a cell phone and has not been seen or heard from since 12/22/18.

    Anyone with information on Heather's whereabouts is asked to contact Dispatch at 360-417-2459, the Sheriff's Office at 360-417-2262 or leave an anonymous tip at: https://websrv7.clallam.net/cnmaster-c/nwformeml.php

    Clallam County Sheriff's Office

    https://www.peninsuladailynews.com/news/family-deputies-searching-for-missing-sequim-woman/

    Note: Heather is actually 41 and 5'6 according to a comment from a family member on the above fb page.
     
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    January 17, 2019 update http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/news/searches-fail-to-locate-sequim-woman-missing-since-dec-22/
    DIAMOND POINT — An extensive search-and-rescue effort has failed to locate a Diamond Point woman last seen three days before Christmas.
    The Jan. 13-14 operation was the second of two organized searches for Heather Tegerdine, 41, since Dec. 31, said Brian King, Clallam County Sheriff’s Office chief criminal deputy.
    King said Tegerdine is endangered due to her mental illness, which he would not specify, and for which she took an injected, quarterly-administered drug within days before her departure.
    “We’ve had unsubstantiated sightings since she went missing,” King said Wednesday afternoon.
    “However, we followed up on that and have been unable to determine if in fact it was her.”
    Tegerdine, who is married, left her Diamond Point Road residence on foot — without her wallet and not wearing a coat — at about 8:30 p.m. Dec. 22.
    She was wearing dark-colored sweat pants, a long-sleeve white T-shirt under a blue short-sleeve T-shirt, and white sneakers, King said.
    Temperatures average about 45 degrees for that time of year.
    The Sheriff’s Office waited until Dec. 31 to notify the public that Tegerdine was missing in the belief that she might return.
    “She’s highly intelligent and has lived on her own for most of her adult life,” King said.
    “She’s got a history of leaving for a few days at a time.
    “The length of time now that’s she’s been gone increases our concern.”
    King said Tegerdine often rides Clallam Transit buses.
    “What we know from her family is that she had places that she frequented.”
    Those places included west Port Angeles and the YMCA of Sequim.
    Tegerdine lives about 3½ miles from the Diamond Point Road-U.S. Highway 101 intersection.
    King said Clallam County search-and-rescue personnel scoured the residential area and neighboring beaches Dec. 31.
    A second search Jan. 13-14 was conducted by rescue teams from Clallam, Mason, Kitsap and Jefferson counties that guided scent dogs and cadaver dogs through Diamond Point, surrounding timber lands and the Miller Peninsula.
    King said Wednesday that a search warrant has been executed to obtain financial records to pinpoint any possible financial transactions by Tegerdine.
    The companies had not produced the records as of Monday, King said Wednesday.
    Anyone with information on Tegerdine’s whereabouts is asked to contact Sheriff’s Dispatch at 360-417-2459, the Sheriff’s Office at 360-417-2262 or leave an anonymous tip at websrv7.clallam.net/cnmaster-c/nwformeml.php.
     
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