A woman from Othello was reported missing by her family on Thursday. It's believed the woman is somewhere in the Tri-Cities area.

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31-year old Abby Lynn Wallace (maiden name-McDowell) is believed to be in danger. Ms. Wallace was last known to be with her boyfriend, 39-year old Michael J. Webb (Mikey).

Police are asking anyone with information on the whereabouts of Abby to call 9-1-1.

Abby's family hasn't been in touch with her since November 23rd, last year.

After investigation, Othello Police determined that Abby was last seen in Richland on January 13th, with blue hair. According to the Othello Police Facebook page:

Abby has a distinctive tattoo across her upper chest and a tattoo above her eyebrow that reads, “F*** Off”.

Kennewick Police have been assisting with the investigation. And authorities are asking anyone with information about Abby Lynn Wallace to contact the Othello Police Department at 509-488-3314. You may choose to remain anonymous. Please use the reference case number 22-000220.

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