EdCC exchange student from Mongolia missing since July 1

Lynnwood police say he has no family in the area.

Battulga “Tulga” Batbold (Lynnwood Police Department)

Battulga “Tulga” Batbold (Lynnwood Police Department)

LYNNWOOD — An Edmonds Community College exchange student from Mongolia has been missing for almost three weeks, Lynnwood police said Wednesday.

Battulga Batbold, 23, was last seen the evening of July 1 at his apartment in the 20400 block of 68th Avenue W. His nickname is Tulga and he has no family in the area, police said.

He is described as Asian, 5 feet, 4 inches tall and 120 pounds. Police don’t know what he was wearing when he was last seen.

Anyone with information should contact detective Sgt. Doug Teachworth at 425-670-5616, by email at dteachworth@lynnwoodwa.gov or by calling 911.

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