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Spokane County Sheriff’s Office seeks missing woman last seen Friday

UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 26, 2020

Family and friends say they haven’t heard from Mandrea K. Runnels, 45, since she told her boyfriend she was going to the Argonne Library on Feb. 21. (Spokane County Sheriff’s Office)
Family and friends say they haven’t heard from Mandrea K. Runnels, 45, since she told her boyfriend she was going to the Argonne Library on Feb. 21. (Spokane County Sheriff’s Office)
From staff reports

The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing woman last seen on Friday.

Family and friends say they haven’t heard from Mandrea K. Runnels, 45, of Spokane Valley, since she told her boyfriend she was going to the Argonne Library on Feb. 21, a news release said. Runnels has not answered her phone or shown up for work during this time.

Runnels has black hair and brown eyes, and she is approximately 5 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs 125 pounds, the news release said. She may be wearing glasses and traveling in a maroon/burgundy 2004 Dodge Dakota with Washington license plate C29226N. The truck has an “=” sign sticker on the tailgate, just above the word “Dodge” on the driver’s side.

People with information about Runnels’ whereabouts or anyone who has seen her car can call Crime Check at (509) 456-2233 with reference No. 10024493.

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