Reward Offered In Missing Woman Case

The Vancouver Police Department, in partnership with Crime Stoppers of Oregon, is asking for the public's help for information on the whereabouts of a woman missing since February 2018.

29-year-old Ashanti Conde was last seen by family on February 19, 2018, and was seen by acquaintances three days later when she left a residence in Washougal. She left in a Cadillac sedan with a male acquaintance, Michael Conley, also of Vancouver. All communications from Ashanti either in person or through her social media accounts ceased on February 22, 2018.

Ashanti is described as 5'3", 125 lbs., black hair and green eyes. Ashanti is a mother of four children.

Michael Conley's remains were found on March 9, 2018, near a dirt road above the snow line northeast of Dougan Falls. The Cadillac was abandoned over a mile away from where Mr. Conley's remains were found. The medical examiner found no signs of foul play. The vehicle appeared to have been disabled in the deep snow and mud. Subsequent searches of the area by law enforcement and search and rescue volunteers failed to reveal any sign of Ashanti.

Over the past two years, Law enforcement officers from the Vancouver Police Department, Clark County Sheriff's Office, the Skamania County Sheriff's Office and several Oregon law enforcement agencies have followed up on various leads produced through media reports, publicity generated communications and social media. None of the tips so far have led to information on the whereabouts of Ashanti Conde.

Detectives from the Vancouver Police Missing Person Unit are investigating and are asking anyone who may have information related this investigation to contact Crime Stoppers of Oregon.

Crime Stoppers of Oregon offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 cash for information, reported to Crime Stoppers, that leads to an arrest in any unsolved felony crime and tipsters can remain anonymous.

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