From http://www.komonews.com/news/local/41192362.html 12 March 09 A local family is desperate for answers after a single mother disappeared from her home, leaving few clues behind. Nancy Moyer was last seen on Friday after she finished up her workday at the state Department of Ecology in Olympia. She dropped off a co-worker on her way to her Tenino home. Then came Sunday when her family realized she was missing. Bill Moyer separated from his wife two years ago. But on Sunday he routinely drops off their daughters, ages 10 and 11, at their mother's. When Bill came over with the girls, almost everything appeared to be in place. The light was on as was the TV. Nancy's purse and keys were inside. Her car was parked out front. The only thing missing was Nancy, who was nowhere to be found. much more at link pic From http://www.masoncountydailynews.com...HERIFF-NEEDS-HELP-LOCATING-WOMAN/Default.aspx 14 March 09 ...she has not exhibited this type of behavior in the past and there are no known medical, mental health or substance abuse issues involved. Ms. Moyers purse and other personal belongings were found inside of the residence and her vehicle remained parked in front of her house. Nancy Moyer is described as a 36-year-old white female, five feet tall, weighing 115 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information on Ms. Moyers current whereabouts, or the circumstances relating to her disappearance are encouraged to call Detective Dave Haller of the Thurston County Sheriffs Office at 360-786-5279, Thurston County Crime Stoppers at 360-493-2222 or 9-1-1.