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Update: Officials continue search for missing Indigenous woman last seen in Bellingham

Alexis Roubideaux, who may be pregnant, was reported heading towards Seattle

A portion of the Missing Indigenous Person Alert sent by Washington State Patrol for Alexis Roubideaux. (Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol)
By Jemma Alexander News Intern

Washington State Patrol continue to look for Alexis Roubideaux, a 28-year-old Indigenous woman reported missing for nearly two months. Bellingham police say she is believed to be over six months pregnant, according to an updated post on NextDoor.

Roubideaux was last seen in Bellingham, headed towards Seattle, on Jan. 16. There was brief phone contact with Roubideaux on March 1. Her location was not known at that time.

Roubideaux is 5’3” and 135-150 pounds with black hair, brown eyes and a scar on her right eyebrow. There has been no vehicle identified.

The Bellingham Police Department activated the Missing Indigenous Person Alert System when Roubideaux was reported missing.  

Police are asking the public to call the non-emergency dispatch number at 360-676-6911. Reports can be made anonymously at www.cob.org/tips

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