Missing Person Utah Tracy Ann Lewis
UPDATE: Police are no longer searching for Tracy Ann Lewis. They are saying they have concluded she left on her own accord
Police say a search of Tracy Ann Lewis’ vehicle turned up a note that read: “I know you’ll want to, but please don’t try to find me. –Goodnight.”
In a notebook found in her vehicle, Lewis also wrote that she intended to leave and find herself without anyone pulling her back, police said.
“And this isn’t goodbye forever. This is just goodbye for right now,” police say she wrote.
Tracy Ann Lewis, 31, of Eden, Utah has gone missing while traveling from Disneyland to Washington. Tracy intended to go to San Francisco and then to Portland, and then was supposed to return home. Her family does not know why she would have gone to Ocean Shores, as she knows no one in the area. She was last seen in Ocean Shores, Washington at the Morning Glory Motel where her car and belongings were found on March 9.
“She checked out of the motel in the morning and was last seen walking northbound on Ocean Shores Blvd. NW. Her vehicle, containing all of her belongings, was left in the hotel parking lot.”
Tracy is described as being 5’5” tall, weighing about 125 pounds, and she has blonde hair and blue eyes.
The Ocean Shores Police request the public’s help for information on her whereabouts. If you know anything about Tracy Ann Lewis, please call 360-289-3331.
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