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Hoquiam mother asking for help to find son last seen in Spokane

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A Hoquiam, Washington, man expected to return early this week from Spokane hasn’t been heard from for days.

Natasha Miller, of Hoquiam, has been on Facebook posting a picture of her son, Zackary, 25, and asking for information that might lead to his whereabouts. She also filed a missing person report with law enforcement in the Spokane area.

“I haven’t heard anything from him, and he hasn’t contacted anyone from the family at all,” Miller said.

The mother and son stayed in daily contact through Facebook Messenger, but she hasn’t heard from him since Sept. 8.

He left for Spokane at the beginning of the month to take a job. However, the job fell through and he was expected to board a bus on Monday and return to the coast, but didn’t.

“I just want to know if he’s still alive,” she said. “He talks to me every single day. It’s not like him not to talk to me.”

Anyone who has seen Zackary is asked to call Natasha Miller at (360) 593-7381.

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