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August 13, 2012 at 1:30 PM

Missing Auburn woman has been found

Tatyana Khmara. (City of Pacific Police Department photo)

A missing Auburn woman has been located, but the case is still a mystery for Pacific police.

Spokeswoman Stephanie Shook says 27-year-old Tatyana Khmara called her family Monday afternoon after seeing herself on the news.

Shook wouldn’t say where Khmara was, but police do say she didn’t know how she got there.

Detectives are investigating whether or not she was a victim of a crime and whether a man she was seen with on Friday evening is a suspect.

The two were spotted together by Khmara’s brother at a park in the city of Pacific. When she missed work Saturday her family reported her missing.

Her car was found in the park and police dogs tracked a scent to the nearby White River where searchers looked Sunday and Monday morning.

 

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