ASOTIN COUNTY--Two years after Rachael Anderson disappeared her daughters are looking for closure.
Investigators in Asotin County have not found Anderson’s body or named a suspect, but say they have active leads. The Sheriff’s office says they’re still pursuing those leads and are waiting on evidence from the crime lab.
Details of what happened to the missing Clarkston mother remain sparce. Detectives have scoured counties in Washington, Idaho and even Montana.
Charles Capone is Anderson’s estranged husband and a person of interest in her disappearance. The couple married the October before she went missing and by February their relationship was deteriorating and Anderson was seeking a divorce. Capone is currently serving time on an unrelated weapons charge.
Anderson’s daughters say she was last seen in Moscow and her way to meet Capone and maybe others. The daughters believe other people may be involved in their mother’s disappearance and that’s why their speaking out. They’re seeking new information from the public and fresh leads from detectives.
Charles Capone’s sentence is up this September.