About 20 Kitsap WESAR searchers responded at 2100 on 11/6/19 to Indianola in Kitsap County, Washington, to search for a missing man. He was found alive and well by one of our teams shortly after teams entered the field and has been returned to his family.
This evening Kitsap WESAR searchers were called to Bremerton to look for a missing man. A group of our members dropped what they were doing, including eating dinner, threw their gear in their vehicles, and started driving. Some made it to our rendezvous location and others had not yet arrived when we got a call … Continue reading Sometimes We Don’t Have To Search
Mission #25 UPDATE! Both subjects found alive and well and all searchers are home. Right now we have searchers heading to Snohomish Co to assist with the search effort. Go team!!
Another early morning, another successful search! Kitsap WESAR was called out to the Burley Olalla area at 3am this morning to search for a missing 71-year-old man. The gentleman was located just under an hour into the search, alive and well. This marks our 3rd search in a week and our 5th in the last … Continue reading Search in Burley Olalla for missing man
A busy morning for us! Two youth Kitsap WESAR searchers also located our missing Mason County subject just a short time ago! FROM MASON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: Dorothy Jean Kroum has been located alive and well. We would like to thank Kitsap Search Dogs, Greys Harbor SAR, Kitsap SAR, Kitsap WESAR Explorers (this unit located … Continue reading Search for missing woman with Alzheimer’s in Mason County
Our searchers were called out at 1:30 this morning to look for a woman missing in the Seabeck area. Searchers located the subject alive at about 4am, deep in muddy tide flats and in urgent need of medical aid. Within 15 minutes, she was evacuated through very muddy terrain to an awaiting ambulance. Please keep … Continue reading Search in Seabeck mud flats
Our searchers were at it again tonight, out in north Kitsap looking for a missing person with Alzheimer's. Fortunately, one of our searchers located the subject just before dark. Grateful for the good outcome!