Missing woman found in Lacey | King County Sheriff’s Office

Family members said 40 year old Chantae Leahy was last seen leaving her house in the 25800 block of SE 310 th St around 2pm on Saturday .

Chantae Leahy. Photo courtesy of King County

Chantae Leahy. Photo courtesy of King County

Breaking 4:11 pm:

The King County Sheriff’s Office reported Chantae Leahy has been found.

Sgt. Cindi West, King County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson wrote in an email; “Leahy was located in Lacey by the Lacey Police Department. She is said to be in good health.”


Posted 12:30 pm

The King County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help locating a woman who has been missing since Saturday, Dec. 2.

Family members said 40 year old Chantae Leahy was last seen leaving her house in the 25800 block of SE 310th St around 2pm on Saturday. Leahy said she was going to a nearby Wal-Mart but never returned home.

Leahy is a resident of unincorporated Black Diamond. It is not confirmed by the police report, but the Sheriff’s Office said it’s likely the Wal-Mart she was heading to was in Covington.

Leahy has medical issues and did not take her medication with her, and family and health care providers are extremely concerned for her welfare.

She is likely disoriented and was last seen driving her 2010 green Kia Soul, WA AWR9811.

Leahy was wearing a black fleece jacket and white jeans.

Her cell phone has been turned off since Saturday.

If you see Leahy or her vehicle please call 911 and report the location.

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