Traveling Utah woman goes missing in Ocean Shores
OCEAN SHORES, Wash. (KOMO) - A 31-year-old Utah woman has mysteriously gone missing in Ocean Shores following a family vacation to Disneyland, prompting her family and the police to search for her and for clues to why she disappeared.
Tracy Ann Lewis was driving alone up the West Coast after the trip to Disneyland, intending to go to San Francisco and then to Portland before eventually going back home. However, she continued to Ocean Shores and was last seen at the Morning Glory Hotel there on March 9. Before her disappearance, she was last seen walking northbound on Ocean Shores Boulevard NW. She had left her vehicle with all her belongings in the parking lot of the hotel.
Lewis' family said they don't know why Lewis would go to Ocean Shores because she doesn't know anyone there. After the family discovered Lewis' vehicle was in Ocean Shores, they called police, who launched a search of the area without finding anything.
"We need her. We need her. Our family is not complete without her," Lewis' mother, Sheila, told KOMO News Monday night. "I just want her to know how much she’s loved and that no matter what, we love her more than anything and that all we hope for is her happiness. And that she has so many people that love her and are praying for her. And people that she doesn’t even know working so hard to find her and just trying to get her to get home."
Tracy Lewis is described as 5-foot-5, 125 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. If anyone has any information that can help find Tracy, they are asked to call the Ocean Shores Police Department at 360-289-3331.