PRIEST RIVER, Idaho — Police and family members are asking for help finding a 33-year-old woman who has not been seen since having an argument with her husband on March 25. Christine Lott was last seen at 11 that morning in front of Mitchell’s IGA in Priest River, getting into a red 1990s Ford pickup truck with Washington plates, the Bonner County Sheriff’s Office said.
Since that morning, “Nobody’s heard from her,” Lucille Kucera, Lott’s mother, said on Friday. The family is worried Lott may be held somewhere against her will.
Lott is described as 5-foot-4, 105 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair. Anyone with information is asked to call Sgt. Gary Johnston at the Bonner County Sheriff’s Office at (208) 263-8417, extension 373.
Lott has three sons and Lucille Kucera said it is out of character that Lott would not be in touch with her children. Family members have said Lott and her husband of nine years had an argument March 25 and that Lott asked to be dropped off at the grocery store.
When she didn’t come home, her husband Steve spent two days trying to find her before calling police, the family said. Lott is listed as a missing person, the sheriff’s office has contacted other agencies and family members said they have called as many of Lott’s friends as they could reach.
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