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August 11, 2014 at 12:10 PM

Family offers reward to help find missing 89-year-old woman

Ethel O'Neil's 1987

Ethel O’Neil’s 1987 Chevy Nova

Ethel O'Neil

Ethel O’Neil

The family of missing 89-year-old Everett woman Ethel O’Neil is now offering an award for information about the woman’s car and whereabouts.

Nancy O’Neil, Ethel’s daughter-in-law, said the $5,000 reward will spur people to look for the woman’s car.

“We all believe if we find the car, we find Ethel and that’s why we’re offering this reward,” Nancy O’Neil said.

The decision comes after more than three weeks with little development.

“We’re just doing the best we can,” Nancy O’Neil said.

Ethel O’Neil drives a blue 1987 Chevy Nova with Washington license plate ADP6803.

She has been missing since July 16 and was last seen in Marysville. Anyone with information is asked to call the Everett Police Department at 425-257-8400 or to call 911.

 

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