Our searchers have been on the ground in Eglon all night. Please keep an eye out and notify law enforcement immediately if you have any information about Diane Andrew’s whereabouts.
FROM KITSAP COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE:
Missing – endangered person: Eglon area of Kingston in North Kitsap
Kitsap County Sheriff’s patrol deputies and ground search teams are searching for a Kingston woman who last was seen early Tuesday evening.
Diane Gail Andrew, 77, has been reported missing by her family. Diane was seen last at approximately 7:30 p.m., July 30, at her residence in the 10300 block of NE Rose Point Way, northwest of Kingston.
Diane has been diagnosed as suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease.
White female, 5’ 01” tall, approximately 105 lbs. weight, gray hair and blue eyes.
She was wearing a V-neck cream and black colored sweater.
Diane’s family notified 9-1-1 around 8:35 p.m. to report her as missing. Sheriff’s patrol deputies responded to the Eglon area and have initiated a missing person investigation and search and rescue (SAR) mission.
Currently, deputies assigned to the sheriff’s SAR unit are at the Eglon community boat ramp area coordinating the search mission, which includes K-9 teams from Kitsap County Search Dogs, ground searchers from Washington Explorer Search and Rescue and units North Kitsap Fire and Rescue.
Diane was entered in the Washington state crime information center data base as a missing person – endangered at 12:52 a.m., July 31.
If you see Diane Gail Andrew, or have information regarding her whereabouts, please contact Kitsap 911 or 360-308-5400, reference case report K19-007778.