Lake Stevens man missing since beginning of January

Jason Michael Knox White hasn’t used his credit card or withdrawn money from his bank since then.

LAKE STEVENS — A 32-year-old man who disappeared from his Lake Stevens home earlier this month remains missing.

Police and his family continue to try to find him.

The mother of Jason Michael Knox White hopes her son turns up soon.

Susan Simmons, 64, was out most of the day Jan. 3. She came home around 6:30 p.m. to find the front door and window open. White was gone. He had taken his wallet and keys, but he left behind his truck and his dog, Simmons said.

The mother and son lived together in a condo on Market Place.

A clerk who worked at the store across the street reportedly saw White either Jan. 6 or 7, Simmons said.

White hasn’t used his credit card or withdrawn money from his bank account since he disappeared, Simmons said. He also hasn’t used social media or email.

Anyone with information about White’s whereabouts is asked to call the Lake Stevens Police Department at 425-212-3318 or 911.

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