***UPDATE***

Las Vegas Police report that Reatha May Finkbonner was located at the downtown Fremont Street Experience Casino Mall late Thursday. Her family has been notified. The WA woman was reported missing by her family after she disappeared on September 3rd.

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The family of a missing Washington woman is seeking information on her whereabouts.

Reatha May Finkbonner, a 30-year old woman from northwestern Washington disappeared on September 3rd in Las Vegas, Nevada. Finkbonner's family has filed missing person reports with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and the Lummi Nation Police Department.

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Finkbonner is described as Native American, with brown or blonde hair, brown eyes, 5 feet 5 inches tall, and weighing approximately 150 pounds. The mother of two is from Bellingham.

She was in Las Vegas with her fiancé and friends when she went missing. Her family tracked attempts from the missing woman to contact her fiancé and friends on Facebook Messenger. Four calls were missed from Finkbonner.

Reatha May Finkbonner is on the Washington State Patrol list of missing indigenous persons. She's also featured on the Lhaq'temish Foundation website. According to the website:

An unidentified woman Finkbonner met on the sidewalk outside of the Bridger Inn Motel on South Main Street was the last person she was in contact with.

“From what our family has learned, the lady (whose phone she’d used) stated that a black vehicle pulled up to her, gave her a mask, and handed her something,” said her aunt, Nikki Finkbonner. "The lady mentioned that Reatha really needed to ‘reach them badly.’”

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Reatha May Finkbonner is asked to call the Las Vegas Police Department at 702-828-3206 or the Lummi Nation Police at 360-312-2274. Or, you can call Nikki Finkbonner at 360-594-1211.

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