Police seek help in finding Snohomish couple

SNOHOMISH — Detectives with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office are seeking help finding a Snohomish couple missing since Jan. 8.

Neither Jason J. Dolman, 31, and Riza P. Ysulat, 36, have shown up to work since then. Both of their cellphones have been turned off, Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Shari Ireton said Tuesday.

Medications and other personal items were left behind at their respective homes.

Dolman and Ysulat were dating. Investigators are looking for anyone who may have seen either Dolman or Ysulat in the Snohomish area since Jan. 8 or the vehicle they were driving, a red 1999 Mitsubishi Mirage. The Washington license plate number is AJN4025.

Anyone who has seen Dolman, Ysulat or the car is asked to call the sheriff’s office tip line at 425-388-3845.

More in Local News

Man arrested after police find van full of drugs, cash and guns

An officer on patrol noticed a vehicle by itself in the middle of a WinCo parking lot at 2 a.m.

Jim Mathis, the Vietnam veteran whose Marysville garden was recently featured in The Herald, died Wednesday. Mathis, who suffered from PTSD and cancer, found solace in his beautiful garden. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Vietnam veteran Jim Mathis found peace in his garden

The Marysville man who served two tours died Wednesday after suffering from cancer and PTSD.

Smith Island habitat restoration cost to rise $1.2 million

The project is intended to increase survival rates for juvenile chinook salmon.

Add deputies and bump taxes a bit, executive proposes

Dave Somers’ Snohomish County budget proposal also would address traffic problems in neighborhoods.

County councilman proposes banning safe injection sites

Nate Nehring says county officials also should find “credible, long-term solutions to addiction.”

Car crashes near Everett after State Patrol pursuit

The driver and a second person in the car suffered injuries.

They chose the longshot candidate to fill a vacant seat

Sultan Mayor Carolyn Eslick will serve as representative for the 39th legislative district.

Alien brain? No, a colony of harmless freshwater creatures

Bryozoans are tiny invertebrates that live in jelly-like masses, and their presence is a good thing.

Definitely not Christmas in July for parched young trees

“I live in Washington. I should not have to water a Christmas tree,” says one grower. But they did.

Most Read