CLARKSTON, Wash.--Clarkston Police say 40-year-old Rachel Anderson hasn't been seen for more than a week now. She was reported missing on April 19.
Clarkston Police Chief Joel Hastings said they found her cell phone in her abandoned SUV. Detectives are now looking through the phone for clues.
Late Friday afternoon that detectives traveled to Moscow to search for evidence in Anderson's disappearance.
Hastings said detectives searched a building in Moscow where Anderson was last seen on April 16. He said detectives did not release the location of the building, but they said they did collect evidence there and sent it to the state crime lab.
Hastings also said that detectives served a search warrant on the vehicle that Anderson was driving at the time of her disappearance.
Police found the vehicle, a white 1997 GMC Yukon, that was loaned to Anderson alongside a road in Lewiston on Wednesday.
The chief said detectives took evidence from the Yukon and sent it to the state crime lab.
Anderson has not checked in with her children or her work, a pathology lab, which is very unusual for her, according to Hastings.
Police say she had recently filed a harassment complaint against her estranged husband. According to Hastings, the husband has been interviewed, but detectives haven’t released what he said.
Anderson is 5'4", 125 pounds with brown hair and black eyes.
Call Clarkston Police at 509-758-2331 if you can help.