Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Nancy Moyer was last seen on Friday, March 6, 2009, after she finished up her workday at the state Department of Ecology in Olympia. She dropped off a co-worker on her way to her Tenino home. She stopped at Thriftway Market in Tenino, WA, for a few items. Her check was written at 6:45p.m., March 6, 2009. No one has seen her since, though a neighbor reported hearing her voice later that night. On Sunday her family realized she was missing.
Nancy's husband who she seperated from two years prior, routinely dropped off their daughters, ages 10 and 11, at her house. When he came over with the girls, almost everything appeared to be in place. The front door was ajar. The light was on as was the TV. Nancy's purse and keys were inside. Her car was parked out front. The only thing missing was Nancy, who was nowhere to be found.
She left the TV on and glass of wine, half drank, on the coffee table. She had a pack of cigarrettes and her lighter outside where she usually would go out and have a cigarette but not leave them out there. All of her belongings including her purse and car were left at home.
Nancy's house was isolated. There was no neighbor directly next door. Her house was situated across from a railway yard. s Fri., March 6, 2009, Nancy Moyer got off work from her job as a financial analyst for the State of Washington. She drove a co worker home. She stopped at Thriftway Market in Tenino, WA, for a few items. Her check was written at 6:45p.m., March 6, 2009. Her two girls were to be with their dad for the weekend. Sun., March 8, between 4:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., her seperated husband of two years, brought their daughters back to her home. The front door was ajar. The girls ran into the house. Nancy was nowhere to be found. The tv was on. The living lights were on. A glass of red wine was on the coffee table. The bedroom bedside lamp was on. All Nancy's i.d. were still there. Her purse, her car keys, her wallet were all in the house. Her car was parked out front. She was reported missing around 5:00 p.m., March 8, 2009. Nancy's house was isolated. There was no neighbor directly next door. Her house was situated across from a railway yard. Searches turned up no sign of Nancy. Foul play is suspected.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Thurston County Police Dept.
Detective Dave Haller