Yamhill County Sheriff's Office ends search for missing woman in Grand Island area
DAYTON, Ore. – The Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday they’ve completed their search for missing woman Meighan Cordie in the Grand Island area.
Officials say 27-year-old Cordie was last seen Saturday around 10:30 p.m. She was attending a wedding in the Grand Island area northwest of Salem.
Deputies say Cordie walked off after an argument, leaving her phone and shoes in the vehicle she was riding in.
She is the daughter of a Clackamas fire captain. Her family contacted the Yamhill County Sheriff's Office Sunday because they had not heard from her.
The sheriff’s office says private parties might still organize searches, but they are not affiliated with their search and rescue. They thank the public for their assistance.
More than 150 volunteers and search and rescue members combed through the fields and farmlands Tuesday.
Cordie is 5-feet 5-inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. She was last seen wearing a floral pantsuit, which she is wearing in the photo.
Anyone who sees Cordie or who knows where she is should call 911 or the Yamhill County Sheriff's Office at (503) 434-7506.