Pullman Police: Missing Mother And Daughter FOUND! - NBC Right Now/KNDO/KNDU Tri-Cities, Yakima, WA |

Pullman Police: Missing Mother And Daughter FOUND!

Posted: Updated:
Missing mother and daughter found Missing mother and daughter found

UPDATE: The missing woman and her daughter have been found alive according to the Pullman Police Department. The details surrounding their disappearance are not known at this time. We'll post more details as we get them.

PREVIOUS STORY:

KHQ.COM - The Pullman Police Dept. is looking for a mother and her child. 35-year-old Marjorie L. Bognar and her infant daughter, Evangeline A. Bognar, were last seen on October 3, 2013 at about 3:11 p.m. at their residence in the 200 block of NW Clay Court.

Marjorie left the residence on foot with Evangeline to go pick up her elementary school-aged son at the school bus stop on NW Terre Drive near NW Clay Court.

However, the son came home by himself, and Marjorie and Evangeline have not returned.

Marjorie is a white female, 5'2", 165 lbs, with dirty blond hair that goes to the middle of her back. She was last seen wearing a red sweatshirt and blue jeans. 

Evangeline is a white female infant. She was last seen wearing a camouflage-colored sweatshirt, sweats or blue jeans, and a white or pink infant onesie under that. Marjorie was pushing Evangeline in a white and green Winnie the Pooh umbrella stroller.

Marjorie doesn't have a vehicle, a cellphone, and did not take any money or her house keys with her. Marjorie has family in Spokane, WA, but so far has not contacted them. Marjorie has suffered from depression in the past.

>>>Pullman PD case #13-P08270

HD DOPPLER 6i
/
  • Top Stories from KHQHomeMore>>

  • Graco recalls 25,000 car seats

    Graco recalls 25,000 car seats

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 9:53 AM EDT2017-05-24 13:53:02 GMT

    DETROIT (AP) - Graco Children's Products is recalling more than 25,000 car seats because the harness webbing can break in a crash and may not keep children restrained. The recall affects certain My Ride 65 convertible seats made on July 22, 2014 with a code of 2014/06 on a tag that's on the webbing.

    More >>

    DETROIT (AP) - Graco Children's Products is recalling more than 25,000 car seats because the harness webbing can break in a crash and may not keep children restrained. The recall affects certain My Ride 65 convertible seats made on July 22, 2014 with a code of 2014/06 on a tag that's on the webbing.

    More >>
  • Tom Cruise reveals 'Top Gun 2' to start filming soon

    Tom Cruise reveals 'Top Gun 2' to start filming soon

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 9:00 AM EDT2017-05-24 13:00:15 GMT

    SYDNEY (AP) - The Danger Zone may have gotten old and dusty, but Tom Cruise says he's about to fly back in. The 54-year-old actor says the long-discussed sequel to "Top Gun" is a sure thing and should start shooting soon. Cruise made the announcement Wednesday in response to questions from anchors on the Australian morning news show "Sunrise." 

    More >>

    SYDNEY (AP) - The Danger Zone may have gotten old and dusty, but Tom Cruise says he's about to fly back in. The 54-year-old actor says the long-discussed sequel to "Top Gun" is a sure thing and should start shooting soon. Cruise made the announcement Wednesday in response to questions from anchors on the Australian morning news show "Sunrise." 

    More >>
  • Community gathers for Airway Heights water meeting

    Community gathers for Airway Heights water meeting

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 2:15 AM EDT2017-05-24 06:15:40 GMT

    MEDICAL LAKE, Wash. - The Airway Heights water crisis continues, with hundreds of families still forced to use bottled water instead of what's coming out of their taps. But on Tuesday the community is getting more answers about what's going on thanks to a public meeting held by Fairchild Air Force Base. More than anything folks were concerned about what the Air Force was doing about the contaminated water and the possible health effects it could have on them.

    More >>

    MEDICAL LAKE, Wash. - The Airway Heights water crisis continues, with hundreds of families still forced to use bottled water instead of what's coming out of their taps. But on Tuesday the community is getting more answers about what's going on thanks to a public meeting held by Fairchild Air Force Base. More than anything folks were concerned about what the Air Force was doing about the contaminated water and the possible health effects it could have on them.

    More >>