Snohomish parents seeking whereabouts of son

UPDATE 11:26 p.m. Nov 30, 2021: Added statement from parent.

UPDATE 11:06 p.m. Nov 30, 2021: Snohomish County reports that Tamam McDowell is no longer missing. He has been located and is safe.

SNOHOMISH, Wash., November 30, 2021 – Tamam “Taye” McDowell, 17, was last seen Monday, November 29 at approximately 2:45 p.m. on Ingraham Road in Monroe.

He told his sister he was headed to a family friend’s detached garage to work out and has not been seen since. Taye was wearing black jeans, black/ blue flannel and a north face rain jacket. He is 5-ft 7-in and weighs 140-lbs.

If you have any information as to the whereabouts of Taye, contact the Snohomish County Sheriff’s department at 425-407-3999 and reference case number 2021174950.

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  • March 28, 2022 at 5:04 AM
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    Hello Sir/Madam,

    I came across this article while I was searching for Taye (Tamam) Elisha Mcdowell. His biological mother has been trying to get in contact with Taye and his sister (Nesria) since they were adopted by McDowells. Could you please pass this message (comment) to McDowells? If they are willing to get in touch please give them my email address.

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