LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — Police in Lewiston have found a vehicle driven by a southeastern Washington woman who was reported missing earlier this week.
A 1997 GMC Yukon that Rachael Anderson had been driving was found in northern Lewiston. According to KLEW-TV, the vehicle had been loaned to Anderson.
Anderson, who lives in Clarkston, hasn't contacted her children or her employer, a pathology lab, since last Friday.
Friends say that's unusual for the 40-year-old, who was reported missing on Monday.
Police say Anderson recently filed a harassment complaint against her estranged husband.
She is 5-feet 4-inches and 125 pounds, with dark hair and eyes.
Flyers seeking information about Anderson's whereabouts have been posted in this two-city region that straddles the Snake River.