Missing Vulnerable Adult

Sgt. Michael Huffman, PIO


Monday, August 23, 2021 at 10:22 a.m.


Update 8/22/21:

Vicky has been located and is safe. Thanks for all who called in.

Original Release 8/22/21:

The Spokane Police Department is requesting the public’s help in locating a 78 year old female who walked away from the Nevawood neighborhood.

On 08/21/2021, at about 2 P.M., Officers responded to the 300 block of E. Walton Avenue in Spokane for a report of a missing person.  Officers made contact with family members who advised their 78 year old mother, identified as Vicky Powell, walked away from the house a couple of hours ago and has not returned.  Family stated Vicky has short term memory loss from a stroke she suffered.  Vicky is also diabetic and blind. Vicky currently has her dog with her, which is a black chow named Izzy.

Vicky is about 5-02, 220lbs with white gray hair and blue eyes.  Vicky was last seen wearing a matching brown shirt and sweatpants. Vicky was also wearing a backpack.  Vicky is not from around this area so family is unsure where Vicky is headed.

If you see Vicky, please call crime check at 456-2233.



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