COLUMBIA COUNTY SHERIFF REQUESTING PUBLIC'S HELP TO FIND MISSING WOMAN PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 November 2011 18:36

Columbia County Sheriff's Office investigators are enlisting the public's help in finding an adult female missing since Sunday afternoon.

Nichole  Sherman 19, reportedly left from her residence at 68160 Meissner Rd. on Sunday November 13 at approximately 4:45 P.M. to go to a friend's house on Apiary Road. She never arrived.  Investigators and family members have combed the area around the logical route between the two residences but have found no clues to the disappearance thus far.

The search has been extended into the Longview, Wash. area where Ms. Sherman attends college classes, also with no result.

"This is a highly suspicious disappearance, and we are putting extra effort into finding out what happened to Ms. Sherman," Sheriff Jeff Dickerson said. "We are hoping someone might have seen her or her vehicle either in the area of her residence at the time of her disappearance or later in the Longview area."

Ms. Sherman has been entered as a missing person. The Sheriff's Office is providing a photograph of the missing woman and of the model of vehicle she drives (red, 2001 Chev. Cavalier, Oregon License YCD562)  in this effort.  Anyone with information on this case can call and leave information on the Columbia County Sheriff's crime line at (503) 366-4698.

Nichole Sherman

2001 Chevy Cavalier