PORT TOWNSEND, Wash. - North Olympic Peninsula police agencies including an FBI agent have formed a task force to look for a Sequim woman who disappeared in Port Townsend.
Spokesman Patrick Fudally told the Peninsula Daily News (http://bit.ly/1lhXkFB ) the nine-member task force met Monday to plan the next stages of the search for 23-year-old Lauryn R. Garrett.
She was last seen May 1 at a park-and-ride in Port Townsend as she was on her way home from Sedro-Woolley.
Garrett is 5-foot-7, about 125 pounds with brown hair. She has a tattoo of a bird behind her left ear and a tattoo on her right wrist of Washington state.
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