Update | Enumclaw woman Nicole Elizabeth White missing, car found in Graham | Reward offered

Pierce County Sheriff's Department spokesman Detective Ed Troyer replied in a email at 6:15 p.m. a warrant was served today, June 10, on a person of interest in the suspicious disappearance of Nicole Elizabeth White.

Update 10:30 p.m.

Pierce County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Detective Ed Troyer replied in a email at 6:15 p.m. a warrant was served today, June 10, on a person of interest in the suspicious disappearance of Nicole Elizabeth White.

Troyer said a $1,000 reward was being offered by Crime Stoppers for any information leading to an arrest and charges filed in the case.

The Crime Stoppers website posted the following information:

“Nicole White

Pierce County Sheriff’s detectives need your help to locate a woman who is missing under suspicious circumstances and is feared to be the victim of foul play.

The last known sighting of Nicole White occurred at approximately 10:00 p.m. on Saturday June 6th, 2015, at Jeepers Country Bar & Grill on Pacific Ave. S. in Spanaway.  White reportedly went to the bar to meet up with a man she had met online.  White has not been seen or heard from since.

On the afternoon of Monday June 8th, 2015, a passerby located White’s vehicle in the area of 70th Ave. E. and 260th Ave. E. in Graham.  White’s red Dodge Neon was down an embankment and wedged between several trees; the vehicle was unoccupied.

Nicole Elizabeth White is described as a white female, 28 years old, 4’10” tall, 100 lbs., with brown hair and brown eyes.  White’s family reports that it is highly unusual for her to fail to return home or to fail to show up for work.

Detectives are looking for any information regarding Nicole White’s disappearance and/or her whereabouts, including information on any suspicious persons seen with White or with White’s vehicle.

Receive up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and charges filed for the person responsible in this case.”

UPDATE: 5:15

The search for Nicole Elizabeth White continues.

Information on Crime Stoppers website her Dodge Neon was found abandoned over an embankment near Graham, 260th St East and  70th Ave East. The vehicle was wedged between several trees.

A $1,000 reward is being offered by Crime Stoppers for information concerning her disappearance.

Also reported is her mother reported her missing to the Orting police Sunday morning, June 7.

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The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the disappearance of a 28-year-old Enumclaw woman, Nicole Elizabeth White, whose car, a 2004 red Dodge Neon, was found near Graham Monday afternoon, June 8.

Pierce County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Detective Ed Troyer reported White was reported missing in Orting.

The woman has been missing since Saturday night, June 6.

The Crime Stoppers website posted, “The last known sighting of Nicole White occurred at approximately 10:00 p.m. on Saturday June 6th, 2015, at Jeepers Country Bar & Grill on Pacific Ave. S. in Spanaway.  White reportedly went to the bar to meet up with a man she had met online.  White has not been seen or heard from since.”

Troyer said the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the disappearance.

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