Mary Johnson Missing – $10,000 reward offered by FBI in the case of Indigenous woman missing since November 2020.
Mary Johnson, 40 year-old was reported missing from Tulalip Reservation Washington State. She was reportedly seen last on 25th of November 2020 and has not been seen or heard from since then.
Report says Mary who is also fondly called Davis was traveling to her friend’s house in Firetrail Road on the Tulalip Reservation but never made it there. All attempts to contact her has proved unsuccessful. She was reported missing in December 2020.
Mary Johnson description:
The 40 year-old is described as a Native American/Alaskan native female who is approximately 5’6″ feet tall and weighs about 115 pounds.
According to her missing person’s report, she has long black hair and brown eyes.
Distinctive features was given as a sunburst tattoo on her upper right arm.
Mary Johnson search:
Authorities has carried out several search for Mary after she went missing.
The Tulalip Tribal Police also asked the help of the public in finding Davis.
The family of the 40 year-old has expressed deep worries at her disappearance. Her sister, Gerry Davis said “”We don’t know where she’s at, if she’s dead or alive, It’d just be nice to have her back.”
A reward of $10,000 is now been offered by the FBI on information that helps solve the case.
The reward is open to anyone who gives information that helps find Davis or leads to an arrest regarding her disappearance.
Help find Mary Johnson:
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Anyone who has seen or heard from Mary Johnson since the reported date or has information that can help find her has been asked to contact the police.