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Family reports actress Misty Upham missing in Seattle

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Misty Upham, an actrees most known for her roles in "August: Osage County," has not been seen or heard from since before Monday, October 6th. Misty Upham, an actrees most known for her roles in "August: Osage County," has not been seen or heard from since before Monday, October 6th.
SEATTLE, Wash. - Police in Washington state say an actress known for her roles in "August: Osage County," ''Frozen River" and "Django Unchained" is missing.
    
The Seattle Times reports (http://is.gd/haPZ2S ) that 32-year-old Misty Upham hasn't been heard from or seen for the past week.
    
Officials at the Auburn Police Department say the acclaimed Native American actress was staying at a family member's apartment on the Muckleshoot reservation near Auburn. Her father filed a missing persons report on Monday.
    
Cmdr. Steve Stocker says Upham is not considered endangered. He acknowledges that her family is concerned about her and so are the police, but her disappearance is not suspicious.
    
In a statement to the media on Friday, Upham's father Charles wrote that she has a medical condition that has the family concerned. 
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Information from: The Seattle Times, http://www.seattletimes.com

This statement was posted Sunday morning, October 13th, on her Facebook page:

"Upham Family update:

Dear friends and family of Misty. We apologize for not answering all the emails, social media posts and phone calls. We have been inundated with hundreds each day. We cannot keep up. We have been consumed by chasing down leads and doing ground searches in the area she was last seen. It is only her family searching right now, hanging posters, checking with shelters, hospitals, and asking people in the area if she has been seen. We are asking for help from people who live in the area to search the wooded areas near the Muckleshoot casino. There have been possible sightings of her in Seattle. If you think you see her and you have a camera phone take a pic and send it to me by text or email, remember law enforcement is not looking for her.

Email: charlesupham@gmail.com

Ph: (714) 499-5960

Thank you for all the prayers, suggestions and kind words."

For further updates on her situation, click here: https://www.facebook.com/misty.upham?fref=ts





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