Two years since Shoreline man went missing

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Mike Sutherland is missing
It has now been over two years since Shoreline resident and college student Mike Sutherland went missing.

His family says, "We continue to hold out hope that he will find us again. We want to thank everyone who continues to keep their eye out for Mike, and have kept him in their thoughts."

King County Sheriff’s Office is still working this an active missing person’s case, case number 15-183051. If you have any information, call Jan Gregory at 206-263-2068 or Communications at 206-296-3311.

Mike was a student at Montana State University. He had just come home for the summer and everything seemed fine. He was last seen at home on Friday, June 26, 2015 around midnight. He left behind his wallet, ID, and debit cards. His phone was inactive.

Search groups fanned out all over Shoreline. Hundreds of posters went up all over the Seattle area. There has never been a contact, a clue, or a sighting.

Mike really did vanish without a trace. His family holds hope that someday he will come back to them.

"Any possible information, no matter if you think it is important or not could be vital in helping us find Mike.
"If you see him, tell him his family loves him and would love to see him." 


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