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March 5, 2014 at 9:51 AM

Missing Federal Way man found safe in Oregon

Federal Way Police Department confirmed this morning that Adam Standridge, 32,  had been found overnight in Marion County, Oregon. Police say he is safe and his family has been notified.

Oregon State Police said on Tuesday that the car belonging to Standridge had been found at an Interstate 5 rest area north of Albany, Ore.

Standridge was reported missing Monday when he didn’t return home after he went to meet with an unknown person at a Federal Way park on Sunday, police said.

The Federal Way police Department requested OSP check the northbound I-5 Santiam rest stop for a silver 2012 Dodge Avenger with Washington license plates believed to be driven by Standridge. Troopers located the abandoned and locked car, but found no signs of Standridge. The car was first reported at the rest stop at 8 a.m. Monday.

Comments | Topics: Federal Way, Missing persons, Oregon


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