According to Portland Police, the 37-year-old went for a walk by herself from her Linnton neighborhood home in NW Portland around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
At around midnight, a pile of her things (including a cell phone and glasses) were found mid-span on the north side of St Johns Bridge.
The river patrol searched the water below the bridge but nothing turned up. Investigators say there also were no reports of jumpers that evening.
"This is not like Lisa. This is not anything anyone expected Lisa to do," her friend, Caitlin Rademaeker, stated.
Rademaeker is one of nearly a dozen friends and family members who flew up from Wright's native California to aide in the search. Saturday, they canvassed the St. Johns neighborhood, talking to neighbors and handing out fliers.
Sunday, the group plans to widen their search to area colleges and truck stops. They're asking anyone who may have seen Wright to contact Portland Police.SOURCE: http://www.katu.com/news/local/Family-friends-of-missing-North-Portland-woman-continue-search--327168281.htmlLostNMissing, Inc. is a state and federally recognized 501c(3) Non-Profit charitable organization to assist law enforcement and the families of missing. We strive to help prevent loved ones from going missing and to bring awareness of those who are, by providing support to families while educating others. We work with various law enforcement agencies across the country, on behalf of families of missing, and help to bring awareness via community workshops, media, internet and social networking for missing loved ones. We never charge a fee for our services.This e-mail is covered by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C. Sections 2510-2521 and is legally privileged. This e-mail message and any files transmitted with it contains confidential information that is intended only for the person(s) to whom this e-mail message is addressed. If you have received this e-mail message in error, please notify email@example.com immediately and destroy the original message without making a copy.