Lynnwood Police Seek Tips On Whereabouts Of Missing Teen February 15, 2018
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(LYNNWOOD, WA.) – Lynnwood Police are seeking information from the public on the location of a teenager who has been missing since early this month.
Jaimin Moore, who will celebrate his 17th birthday next month left home on foot Monday Feb. 5th about 5:30 pm and has not been seen or hear from since, according to a statement from Lynnwood Police.
A few days before, on Thursday Feb. 1st he similarly left home without notifying anyone at 11:30 pm and walked to his grandparents’ home in Shoreline on 5th Ave NE, arriving close to 2:30 am on Feb. 2nd. His grandparents brought him home to Lynnwood.
His family and friends are concerned for his safety and well being. Jaimin does not have a cell phone and left his wallet at home. He is a skateboarder and has been known to skateboard in the area of the Dairy Queen located at 16800 Highway 99.
Moore is described as 5 feet 11, approximately 150 pounds with bright red shaggy hair and blue eyes. See photos, upper right.
He was last seen wearing light blue jeans, red/black Nike shoes and a dark blue long-sleeved shirt.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Doug Teachworth at 425-670-5616 or dteachworth@LynnwoodWA.gov.