Missing woman sought in Ashland area

June 22, 2022

Ashland police on lookout for 29-year-old Grants Pass woman

The case of a missing 29-year-old woman last known to be in Grants Pass is now being handled by the Ashland Police Department after an unverified sighting in the area, the department announced in a Facebook post this afternoon.

Kerri Lynn “Muse” Tucker was last seen in Grants Pass in February. According to the post, there is little information available in her disappearance, and Ashland police are working on getting the report number from the Josephine County Police.

What is known is that Tucker has been known to travel and occasionally go “off-grid,” but does not have a history of being out of contact with friends or family for this long.

She’s described at 5 foot, 6 inches tall, with blonde hair and blue eyes, with a tattoo of a chef’s knife on her left forearm, unknown tattoos on the right arm, and “snake bite” lip piercings. 

The police are asking Ashland residents to keep an eye out for her and if anyone happens to know anything about her disappearance or whereabouts, to call the Ashland Police Department at 541-482-5211, or call the anonymous tip line at 541-552-2333 or email tipline@ashland.or.us.

Source: Facebook posts by Ashland Police Department and Josephine County Missing Person Project. Email Ashland.news Executive Editor Bert Etling at betling@ashland.news or call or text him at 541-631-1313.

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Bert Etling is the executive editor of Ashland.news. Email him at betling@ashland.news.

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