Evidence Search Conducted In Reference to Lindsey Baum Kidnapping Case

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 Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Office says that they conducted a large-scale evidence  search on the weekend of March 25th.  The search was a coordinated search for evidence in a wooded area near West Fish Hatchery Rd (near Matlock) in Mason County. The search was conducted in reference to Grays Harbor County case 09-9617, the 2009 abduction and murder of Lindsey Baum. Lindsey was abducted on June 26th, 2009 while walking from a friend's house to her home in McCleary. In 2017, Lindsey's partial remains were located in a rural area near Ellensburg, Washington.

This search was conducted in reference a tip provided during the extensive investigation into this case. 

The Sheriff's Office was assisted in these efforts by the following agencies: 
Grays Harbor County Emergency Management 
State SAR Planning Unit 
Kitsap County Search and Rescue 
King County Search and Rescue 
Mason County Search and Rescue 
Pierce County Search and Rescue 
Snohomish County Search and Rescue 
The Federal Bureau of Investigation 
The Attorney General's HITS Investigators 

 160 plus professionals and volunteers who made this search happen. The disappearance and murder of Lindsey Baum is still being actively investigated, and anyone with any information is encouraged to contact investigators by calling (360) 964-1799, or emailing your information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..