Lynnwood woman missing since early September after taxi ride

Alexandria Youn Suk Kim, 65, took a taxi to Sea-Tac Airport. She hasn’t been by seen since.

Alexandria Youn Suk Kim (City of Lynnwood)

Alexandria Youn Suk Kim (City of Lynnwood)

LYNNWOOD — A 65-year-old Lynnwood woman has been missing since Sept. 2, according to the Lynnwood Police Department.

Records show that Alexandria Youn Suk Kim took a taxi to Sea-Tac Airport. Family and Friends have not seen her since. She was reported missing Sept. 18.

Kim is a 5-foot-6-inch, 120-pound Asian woman. She has brown eyes and black hair.

Police said she may be wearing a knit hat, dark blue blazer and blue jeans. She may also be carrying a grey Adidas backpack and medium-sized blue canvas rolling bag with black trim with an orange and white braided strap attached to the handle. She has thinning hair and occasionally wears glasses.

Police are requesting anyone with information to contact Detective Sergeant Doug Teachworth of the Lynnwood Police Department at (425) 670-5600, or the WSP Missing Persons Unit at 1-800-543-5678.

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