A picture of Taylor Munro. Courtesy of King County Sheriffs

A picture of Taylor Munro. Courtesy of King County Sheriffs

Police search for missing Duvall man

Locals should contact police immediately if they’ve seen Taylor Munro after July 16.

  • Thursday, August 30, 2018 4:00pm
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Family members haven’t heard from or seen Taylor Munro, 22, for several weeks and have reported him missing.

Munro was last seen by police on or around July 3 and was last seen by his friends July 16 walking to get gas on Highway 203, north of the Stillwater store. He is described as a white male with brown hair, blue eyes, stands 6-feet tall and weighs 170 pounds.

Munro is known to frequent the intersection of Mountain View Road and Stillwater Hill Road area of Duvall and typically comes in contact with members of the community several times a day. He is known to repair lawnmowers and enjoys tinkering with small engine equipment.

Munro doesn’t have a vehicle and is frequently seen walking along Highway 203 near Duvall.

If locals have seen Munro since July 16 or have any information to help locate him, the King County Sheriff’s Office requests that they contact authorities at 206-296-3311 or if they know where Munro is right now, they should call 911 and refer to KCSO case C18036869.

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