Police searching for missing elderly woman whose last location was in Federal Way

Mary Onyango, 73, went missing from her sister’s Shoreline Home on Aug. 2.

The King County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing elderly woman.

Mary Onyango, 73, went missing from her sister’s Shoreline Home on Aug. 2. When Onyango answered a call on her cell phone, she said she believed her location was in Federal Way.

She has not answered another call to her cell phone.

Onyango is approximately 5 feet, 120 pounds with a bald head, glasses and a Kenyan accent.

She moved to Shoreline from Dallas, Texas in the spring of 2019, where she lived for some time.

Anyone with information about Onyango should call Jan Gregory at 206-263-2068 or the Communications Center at 206-296-3311.


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A missing Shoreline woman’s last known location was Federal Way. Courtesy photo

A missing Shoreline woman’s last known location was Federal Way. Courtesy photo

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