[Missing: Cheryl DeBoer, 54 - Mountlake Terrace, Washington]
The search for a missing Mountlake Terrace woman entered its fourth day Friday as loved ones spent the early morning handing out fliers to community members asking for help.
Cheryl DeBoer, 54, left for work Monday morning and has not been seen or heard from since. DeBoer's family says she disappeared shortly after leaving home. She was supposed to meet a friend at a Mountlake Terrace transit center near Interstate 5 to carpool to work at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Police say she texted her friend that she forgot her work ID badge at home and would have to go back to get it. Her friend offered to wait but DeBoer never showed.
DeBoer's loved ones handed out fliers Friday, asking people who may have seen any suspicious activity to call police.
DeBoer is described as caring and responsible person -- not the kind of person who would simply take off without telling anyone.
"The outpouring love and respect on social media has just been amazing and even that can make a difference," said DeBoer's niece Alicia Coragiulo. "So many people --friends, family, everyone. Everyone [who] knows Cheryl knows how much of an amazing person she is and we want her home."
The Mountlake Terrace Police Department is reviewing surveillance tapes and monitoring cellphone and credit card records. They say there has been no activity on her cell phone or credit cards since her disappearance.
Anyone who knows of DeBoer's whereabouts is asked to call the Mountlake Terrace Police Department at 425-670-8260 or 911.
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