Police in Washington confirmed that they’ve taken someone into custody in connection with the disappearance and presumed death of a mother-of-two who vanished in 2009.
Citing the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office, The Olympian reported that officers searched a home in Tenino after “new information came to light” regarding missing woman Nancy Moyer. Moyer, then 36, was reportedly last seen at her Tenino home in March 2009.
New information developed in the 2009 death of Nancy Moyer. pic.twitter.com/1l6hAT1vHv
— Thurston Co. Sheriff (@ThurstonSheriff) July 10, 2019
Since then, law enforcement revealed that a person of interest has been detained in relation to the latest search.
According to The Daily Chronicle, Moyer’s husband claimed that he found her front the door open and her car in the driveway. Investigators ultimately determined that foul play was involved.
KING-TV reported that Moyer was separated from her husband at the time of her disappearance. Police said he passed a polygraph and isn’t a suspect.
Authorities haven’t revealed what led them to search the home and what said search produced. A press conference is scheduled for Thursday at 11 a.m. PST.
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[Featured image: KING-TV video screengrab]