#MISSING: Sharon M. Lee, 29 - Moses Lake, WASHINGTON

King County sheriff's deputies are asking for the public's help to find a Moses Lake woman who was last seen 10 days ago in Covington.

Sharon M. Lee hasn't been heard from since January 20. Deputies say the 29-year-old was visiting family in the Covington area when she went missing.

Deputies don't know if she's in any danger, but they want to find the woman to make sure she is safe.

Her family doesn't know what Lee was wearing on the 20th, but they say she usually wears a purple puffy coat, light jeans of fuzzy pajamas and a jean purse.

Lee has several distinctive features that could help people recognize her. Deputies say she has only four fingers on each hand. Her index fingers were surgically moved to where her thumbs should be. Her right arm is also shorter than her left arm.

She's also missing all of her natural teeth and has full dentures. Family members say she has a scar on her abdomen and flower tattoos on both biceps.

Anyone with information about Lee's whereabouts is asked to call the King County Sheriff's Office Communications Center at (206) 296-3311.
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