FBI Offers $10,000 Reward For Info On Missing Tulalip Woman

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Federal authorities are now involved in the missing case of a Tulalip, Washington woman.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced a $10,000 reward to anyone who can help them find 41-year-old Mary E. Johnson (Davis). She was last seen walking on Firetrail Road on the Tulalip Reservation on November 25, 2020.

The Indigenous woman was on her way to a friend's house, but she never made it there, according to officials on Wednesday (September 16). Davis was reported missing on December 9 the same year.

She is described as Native American or Alaskan Native, weighing 115 pounds and standing at 5'6". Authorities say she has a "Sunburst-type" tattoo on her upper right arm. She has brown eyes and black hair.

Tulalip Tribal Police are also investigating Davis' disappearance.

Anyone with information on Mary's whereabouts can call FBI's Seattle Field Office at (206) 622-0460. They're also taking any information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person or people involved in her disappearance.

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