Detectives asking for help to find missing Snohomish woman

Police found two vehicles that Sophia Piria, 32, may have used in Tulalip and Federal Way.

Sophia Pirie. (Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office)

Sophia Pirie. (Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office)

SNOHOMISH — Detectives are looking for a Snohomish woman who hasn’t been heard from since March 4.

Family members said Sophia Pirie, 32, doesn’t usually fall out of contact for such a long period of time. Security personnel may have seen her at the Tulalip Resort Casino on March 18, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Police have impounded two vehicles that were used by Pirie: One in Tulalip and one in Federal Way. No one is sure what connection she might have to Federal Way.

Pirie has brown hair, is 5-feet-8 and weighs 130 pounds.

Anyone with information is asked to call call 911.

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