Arlington woman is still missing after 9 months

Jessica Seybold, 39, was last seen in the Trafton area in December 2017. Police are seeking tips.

Jessica Seybold

Jessica Seybold

ARLINGTON — Jessica Seybold is still missing, months after she disappeared, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Search and rescue personnel and over 40 volunteers went looking for the 39-year-old woman on Sunday. They were unable to find her or any clues to where she might have gone. The search focused on the 12700 block of 276th Avenue NE.

Seybold was last seen in the Trafton area, east of Arlington, on Dec. 13, 2017.

She is 5-foot-1 and has brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information about her whereabouts can contact investigators at 425-388-3845. Callers can be anonymous.

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