FBI offers $10,000 reward for information about Native American woman missing in Washington since November

Mary Johnson, a Native American woman and member of the Tulalip Tribe who went missing in Washington state last year
Mary Johnson, a Native American woman and member of the Tulalip Tribes who went missing in Washington state last year. FBI
  • Mary Johnson, a member of the Tulalip Tribes, went missing in Washington state last year.
  • She was last seen on the Tulalip Reservation in November while walking to the friend’s house.
  • The FBI is now offering $US10,000 ($AU13,810) for information on her whereabouts.
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The FBI is offering $US10,000 ($AU13,810) for information on Mary Johnson, a member of the Tulalip Tribes who went missing in Washington state last year.

Mary Johnson, also known as Mary Johnson Davis, was last seen on November 25, 2020, while walking to a friend’s house on the Tulalip Reservation, according to the FBI Most Wanted’s missing persons list.

The 40-year-old never arrived at the friend’s house, and was reported missing on December 9, 2020.

The FBI’s Seattle division announced last week that it was offering $US10,000 ($AU13,810) for information “leading to the identification, arrest & conviction of person(s) responsible” for Johnson’s disappearance.

According to the FBI, Johnson is 5 feet (1.52m), 6 inches (15cm) tall, weighs 115 pounds (52kg), and has black hair and brown eyes.

Officials said she also has a “sunburst-type tattoo on her upper right arm,” as well as a scar on her nose and a birthmark on the back of her neck, Tulalip news channel Tulalip TV reported.

Johnson’s family has put up a billboard on Interstate 5 near the Tulip reservation requesting help in finding Johnson, and have also pleaded for help on Tulalip TV.

“If Mary has seen this video, please contact somebody, reach out some way if you’re in trouble,” Johnson’s sister, Gerry Davis, said in a video on Tulalip TV. “If she’s not okay, let her come home. Bring her home, for closure, for us, if it happened that way. Because it is an awful feeling to not know where you are at.”

The FBI and Tulalip Tribal Police Department did not immediately respond to Insider’s requests for comment.

Johnson is one of over 100 Indigenous people who are still missing as of September 2021 in Washington State, according to statistics from the Washington State Patrol.