Without a trace - Mike Sutherland missing one year

Monday, June 27, 2016

Mike Sutherland
June 2015, Shoreline resident Mike Sutherland was home for the summer from school at Montana State University. His family was pleased to have him home and he seemed like the happy, easy-going, sweet guy he had always been.

His family last saw him at home on Friday, June 26, 2015 around midnight.

He has not been seen since.

He left behind his wallet, ID, and debit cards. His phone was inactive after midnight on June 26.

Family and police mounted a massive search for him, with search parties, thousands of flyers, and social media. Updates were posted on a Facebook page.

No trace.

His sister Erin holds out hope for answers.

It has now been a year since we last saw Mike. We continue to hold out hope that we will have an answer on what has happened to Mike. 
Last June Mike and Jeff attended a Mariners game. They had a great time. Started out with a burger before the game, Mike got a new M’s hat, and then sat in Kings Court against the Yankees. Got to boo A-Rod once again. 
This is a video that captures Michael perfectly.
We sure miss these games together. 
We are still looking for Mike and he is in our thoughts every single day. Please continue to pass the word that he is not forgotten, and if anyone knows anything that can help us locate Mike please let us know. 
We continue to be so grateful to our extended family, friends and our community who have done so much for us during the past year.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the King County Sheriff’s Office at 206-296-3311 and reference case number 15-183-051.


Deneva Torres July 1, 2016 at 10:24 AM  

Dear Heavenly Father, I pray that Mike will be found very soon. Please help him to be found wherever he is right now, for you know exactly where he is. ask for peace for everyone involved.
In the precious name of our saviour, Jesus Christ Amen.

Anonymous,  December 7, 2016 at 11:49 PM  

Praying for Mike to be found and keeping him and his dear family in my thoughts and prayers.

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