Mountlake Terrace woman goes missing at transit center FOUND

2/14/16 – Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center – confirmed the news via a statement:

It is with deep regret and sorrow that we’ve recently had confirmation that Cheryl DeBoer, missing since February 8, has been found. Her remains were located this afternoon near the King/Snohomish border. While more details will be forthcoming from the police, we have let our Fred Hutch teammates know of this news. Cheryl has been in the hearts and minds of her many friends and coworkers, and we are deeply saddened by this tragic news. Our condolences go out to her family, her many friends, and all those who are grieving. – Han Nachtrieb
VP Human Resources

Cheryl DeBoer, 54, has gone missing from Mountlake Terrace, Washington on Monday, Feb. 8, 2016.  Her husband called the police after she did not arrive for work at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.  Cheryl was last heard from at 7 a.m. on Monday when she texted a friend saying she would catch a bus instead of meeting her at the park and ride lot, Mountlake Terrace police said.  Her car was found parked in the 23400 block of 58th Avenue Southwest.  Searchers have congregated where Cheryl was known to get off the bus.  On her Facebook page it states she was last seen at the Mountlake Transit Center at 7 a.m.  Cheryl is 5’6” tall, 130 pounds with red, curly hair. She was wearing dark pants and a dark jacket.  If you see her please call the police at 425-670-8260 or leave a tip here.  http://up.anv.bz/latest/anvload.html?key=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