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LOOK: Faces Of WA State's Missing People

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SPOKANE, Wash. - The missing persons listed in this slide show resided in the state of Washington at the time of their disappearance or may have traveled to Washington State. These pictures came from Washington State Patrol's website.

Please direct your questions or tips concerning a missing person to the local investigation agency listed near the bottom of each poster. For general questions about the WSP Missing and Unidentified Persons Unit, or to request assistance with a missing person investigation, call 1-800-543-5678 or email at mpu@wsp.wa.gov.
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