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News Release
Clark County Sheriff's Office seeks assistance to locate missing woman (Photo) - 11/19/22


Shelly Young Boutte was located safe by Puyallup Police.  The Clark County Sheriff's Office would like to thank everyone for their assistance in locating her.  




Clark County, Wash. – On Nov 18, 2022, Clark County Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to a report of a missing person, Shelly Young Boutte, 64 years of age, 4’10”, 130 lbs, with short curly black hair and brown eyes.  Shelly was last seen in the Vancouver area at around 1100 on 11/18/22. Family reported she may be in crisis and suffering from memory loss.  Shelly is believed to be driving a red 2022 Honda CRV SUV with WA plate CDY8754 and could be in the Yelm/Thurston County area.  Attempts to locate her have not been successful and a Silver Alert has been requested. 

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Shelly Young Boutte is asked to contact 911.

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