UPDATE: Missing 89-Year Old Woman Renton Woman Located In Seattle

Seattle police found Audrey Cheshier after she was involved in a one-car accident.


The Seattle Police Department found Audrey Cheshier shortly after 8 p.m. Friday. According to the Renton Police Department, Cheshier was involved in a one-vehicle collision near Firth and Yesler and was transported to Harborview for minor injuries. Cheshier's family headed to Harborview after being notified of the crash. The Renton Police Department and Cheshier's family extend their thanks to everyone who assisted in locating her.


The Renton Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Audrey Cheshier, an 89-year old woman who was last seen in the 1300 block of South Puget Drive (Sunset Ridge Condos) at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, December 6. Audrey suffers from severe strokes and sometimes becomes confused; she does not have a history of failing to return home and may have difficulty communicating. Audrey’s car, a blue 2006 Honda Accord with Washington plate AJY6443, is also missing.

Audrey is described as a white female, 5’07”, 140 pounds, with hazel eyes and gray hair. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a teal-colored coat, and black shoes. Audrey has a red nylon purse with her and either a red or leopard patterned cane. She probably has a red or white pullover sweater with her.

Audrey frequents Shari’s Restaurant at 10619 SE Carr Road and Tommy’s Café at 74 Rainier Avenue South in Renton, and other locations between Renton and Southcenter Mall.  It is unknown what her destination may have been, but she has lived in the Maple Valley area it is possible that she headed toward Maple Valley. 

Due to health issues and her failure to return home, Audrey is considered endangered/missing.  If you have seen Audrey Cheshier, or her vehicle please call 9-1-1 or contact the Renton Police Department at 425-430-7500 reference case number 12-12581.

*Editor's Note: Information provided by the Renton Police Department.


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