The Lawyer Basic’s workplace posted a flyer final week, reigniting consciousness for the case of lacking Puyallup Tribal member Besse Anne Freedom Helpful a yr after her disappearance.
“Thanks Washington State Lawyer Basic for serving to us get Besse’s info to the general public. She is beloved and missed. She issues,” her family members wrote on a Facebook page devoted to discovering her.
Helpful was final seen in February 2021 on the Sunshine Motel in Fife, Wash., although the precise date is unknown. She is 5 ft 2 inches tall and 105 kilos with brown hair. She has a yin and yang tattoo on her left arm, “Native” tattooed on her left shoulder, a coronary heart tattoo on her proper arm and a small coronary heart tattoo on her wrist.
It’s doable her hair is now blonde and shaved or minimize very brief. She has connections round Pierce County in Spanaway, Bonney Lake, Tacoma, Sumner and town of Puyallup.
Helpful has been identified to go off the grid for prolonged durations of time, however by no means for this lengthy. Her household fears that she could also be unsheltered or experiencing a psychological well being disaster and are extraordinarily involved for her well-being, in line with the flyer and the Fb web page.
“We all love her and want her to come back. It’s OK to call for help,” Handy’s mother said in a statement to McClatchy.
Her loved ones are working to find her safely. They are asking for the public’s help in distributing flyers on social media and in certain areas or businesses like motels, gas stations, convenience stores, transit centers and shelters. Flyers have been shared and posted by the Puyallup Tribe of Indians as well. They are also asking for donations of clothes, blankets, tarps and other items to give to those in need while they canvas encampments.
“She’s not in trouble. We just want to hear her voice, see if she is OK and let her know her family loves and misses her,” the flyer reads.
Their efforts have raised a $2,000 reward for the first person to provide law enforcement information leading to her whereabouts.
If you have any information, you can contact Puyallup Tribal Police at 253-680-5656 or email [email protected]
This story was originally published February 17, 2022 11:42 AM.