Police have no new clues after weekend search for missing Redmond woman

Lorill Sinclaire has been missing since Nov. 8 - Courtesy of Redmond Police Department
Lorill Sinclaire has been missing since Nov. 8
— image credit: Courtesy of Redmond Police Department

An all-day search on Saturday ended with no new clues in the case of a missing Redmond woman.

Seventy Search and Rescue volunteers with King, Snohomish and Pierce counties searched a two to three-square mile wooded area around Coal Creek Parkway and Factoria Boulevard in Bellevue for clues on the whereabouts of Lorill Sinclaire.

"We didn't find anything on our search with Search and Rescue," said Redmond Police Lt. Charlie Gorman.

He said volunteers searched from 8:30 a.m. to about 4 p.m. and that they appreciate everyone's help that day.

Sinclaire, who is divorced and previously went by the name Lorill Bryden, was last seen on Nov. 8 in the area of Factoria Mall. Her car, a burgundy 1991 Ford Escort was found later that day in the 4200 block of 124th Avenue Southeast, not far from the mall. Sinclaire was not in the car.

Sinclaire is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall, 145 pounds, with blonde/auburn hair and green eyes.  Her family and friends agree it is unlike her to be out of touch for so long.

Gorman said there is no indication of foul play, but the case is still under investigation.

Anyone with information regarding Sinclaire or her whereabouts is asked to contact the Redmond Police Department at (425) 556-2500.

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