Exclusive New Details: Clarkston Woman Still Missing; Leads Slowing - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Exclusive New Details: Clarkston Woman Still Missing; Leads Slowing

CLARKSTON, Wash. – Detectives in Clarkston say the pace of tips coming into their police department is slowing in their investigation into a missing woman.

Rachael Anderson was last seen April 16th by her estranged husband in Moscow, Idaho. She was reported missing several days later when she failed to appear at work in a hospital laboratory.

Charles Capone told detectives he last saw Anderson on April 16th. Detectives call him a person of interest in her disappearance. He is currently in jail on an unrelated charge.

Anderson's family says dealing with her disappearance has been especially difficult for her children.

"I just want people to know this is a real person," said Amber Griswold, one of Rachel's daughters. "She is a mother and grandmother."

Griswold says it is not like her mother to simply disappear without calling them. Anderson's birthday was June 11th. It was an especially tough time for her family.

"Someone knows something," said Griswold. "If it was your family member missing, you'd want someone to come forward, too."

Anyone with information is asked to call the Clarkston Police Department at (509) 758-1680.

Related Links:

Husband of missing Clarkston woman ordered to stay in jail

Missing Clarkston Woman's Husband Indicted on Gun Charges

 

*This web story was filed by Anthony Gomes.

 

 

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