Yakima Searchers Get Help in Search For Missing Woman
The search continues today for a missing 61-year-old woman missing since last Friday. Terri Berglund-Dallman was last seen in the area of Homestead Road and Tieton Drive.
The search continues Today with 40 more searchers from the WSEOC
Searchers with the Yakima County Sheriff's Office continued the search on Wednesday with help from the Washington State Emergency Operations Center. Sheriff's officials say they have 40 additional searchers, 8 K9 teams, 2 drones, and civil air patrol.
County Sheriff's officials say the American Red Cross Northwest Region is providing food and water for the search team. Ever since she was reported missing on Friday people have been looking for her and looking for any kind of evidence that could give searchers a clue as to where she can be found.
Officials searched Berglund-Dallman's home earlier this week
Officials searched Berglund-Dallman's home this week with her two sons and searched her house, her property, and used a drone to search a certain radius past the property. Searchers did find a sock and bare feet prints about 2 miles away from the home leading to the foothills but still no sign of Berglund-Dallman who authorities say has Parkinson's Disease. They aren't saying whether or not her disease has impacted her cognitive ability. Her family is worried and hoping to find her soon.
The work to find Berglund-Dallman continues and won't stop until she's found
Searchers say they won't stop until they find her and the search continues today.
The State Emergency Operations Center is now helping with additional resources in hopes of finding the missing woman.
If you happen to see her please call 911 or (509)574-2500.