Reward issued in case of missing mother of 2

GRAHAM, Wash. — Pierce County sheriff’s deputies and K-9 teams are searching for a missing 28-year-old Enumclaw mom after her car was found Monday near Graham with the keys still inside.

“Her car was over the end of a ravine, looks like somebody tried to hide it, and that’s not something she would do,” Pierce County sheriff’s detective Ed Troyer said Tuesday. “It wasn’t an accident, it was put there intentionally. The keys were still in the car.”

Troyer said the woman disappeared under "suspicious circumstances" and is feared to be the victim of foul play.

Nicole White, a mother of two boys, was last seen Saturday night after meeting up with a man at Jeepers Bar in Spanaway. The man was someone she met online, officials said.

She was reported missing early Sunday morning by her mother. Detectives have issued a $1,000 reward in information leading to her whereabouts or any suspiciouis persons seen with White.

White’s red Dodge Neon was spotted Monday over a ravine in the 26000 block of 70th Avenue East near Graham.

Search dogs on the scene led detectives to a nearby pond. However, no sign of White was found.

“We are hoping for the best, but expecting probably something sinister happened,” Troyer said.

White’s family has posted fliers with her photos all over the area and are hoping she is OK.

“If you are somewhere hidden, or being held and you’re by a TV, remember, Nicole, we love you, we will not give up on you. Please don’t give up, don’t give up,” said her uncle, Tom Jones.

Anyone who has information on the disappearance is encouraged to call 911 or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS.