Officials searched the White River on Sunday in Pacific for a missing 27-year-old Auburn woman, Pacific police spokeswoman Stephanie Shook said.
Tatyana Khmara was last seen by her brother in Pacific City Park between 6-8 p.m. Friday with an unknown man, Shook said.
Her family went to the park to look for her after she did not appear for work Saturday. They found her car there Saturday evening and called police.
Police dogs led officials to the river Sunday afternoon, and King County Swift Water Rescue began searching the area, Shook said.
A detective was working with Khmara’s brother to try to produce a composite sketch of the man that he saw with his sister Friday night, Shook added.
The family told police that it’s unusual for Khmara to miss work or be away for the night without letting them know.
“It’s very out of character for her,” Shook said.
Khmara is 5 feet 5 inches, 100 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a dark jacket, tan pants and blue-and-silver running shoes, police said.
Officials will resume their search today with King County Swift Water Rescue and an aerial helicopter search, Shook email@example.com