Family locates missing Idaho woman days after disappearance
Days after an Idaho woman vanishes, the family of Ruth Ann Haag-Salinas said she was located safe. As of Friday, her brother Charli Onco shares on Facebook, "I’m bringing my sister home y’all no worries she is safe. We will be leaving soon to go get her! Thank you Jesus!"
The family did not share additional details as to how she was found.
People from across the country are hoping to find a woman who was last seen 10 days ago. Some have organized a multi-state search for her, as she could be going through Kansas.
Ruth Ann Haag-Salinas, 42, also known as Rudee, left Coeur D'Alene Indian Reservation in Idaho on June 4. A missing persons flyer shares she was getting out of a domestic violence relationship, and she was last spotted at a Walmart in Logan, Utah. Ruth was planning to go to Red Rock, Okla. Her route was supposed to go through Kansas, including from:
- I-80 to Denver,
- I-70 from Colorado to Salina, and,
- I-135 from Salina to Oklahoma.
RUTH ANN HAAG-SALINAS
Missing from: Coeur D'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho
Last seen: Logan, Utah
Missing since: June 4, 2022
Date of birth: July 31, 1979
Age when reported missing: 42
Tribal affiliation: Enrolled Comanche, Cheyenne & Arapaho
Weight: 180 pounds
Distinguishing marks: bear paw on left shoulder, pierced ears
Vehicle: Driving a white 2007 Buick Rainier pulling a trailer, Idaho tag #K544850
If you have information that could help the case, contact the Logan Police Department in Utah at (435) 716-9300.
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