Missing Lummi Nation woman found safe by Las Vegas Police

A Native American woman from northwestern Washington state who went missing while on vacation in Las Vegas has been found alive.

The Bellingham Herald reported that Reatha May Finkbonner, 30, was found by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police nearly three weeks after she disappeared.

Finkbonner was reportedly in Nevada with her fiancé and friends when she went missing Sept. 3.

Her family then filed missing person reports with the Lummi Nation Police Department and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

Finkbonner was on the Washington State Patrol’s list of missing Indigenous persons, which was released this month, and the Lhaq’temish Foundation, a nonprofit that supports the Lummi Nation, is sharing information about Finkbonner.

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