Kirkland Police Search for Missing Indigenous Woman
Published on August 04, 2022
Contact: Sergeant Eric Karp
Kirkland Police Department
Missing woman has been found safe in Seattle with the assistance of Seattle PD. Thank you to our community members for your help.
Kirkland Police Department (KPD) is looking for a missing Indigenous woman, twenty-six year old Taci A. D. Marson, last seen leaving for a walk from her group home near the 13400 block of 89th Ave NE in Kirkland at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, August 2. She did not return that evening.
Marson was last seen wearing a multi-colored scarf, black jacket, and blue jeans. She has black hair, brown eyes, and is 5’8” tall. Marson left her phone behind and may not be able to find her way back home. Marson has a developmental delay.
KPD is searching for Marson and requests the public’s help in locating her. Marson has been entered into the Washington State “Missing Indigenous Person Alert (MIPA)” system, a new alert designation that went into effect July 1 as part of the Endangered Missing Alert Systems already in place.
If a community member sees Marson, they can call 911 and report her location to local police. Additional tips can be provided to Kirkland Police Detective Sergeant D. Quiggle at DQuiggle@kirklandwa.gov or by calling 425-588-8076.