Search for woman possibly in danger near Henry Hagg Lake ongoing
Authorities have been searching since Friday, Feb. 5 for a Washington County woman who may be in danger.
Tara Callahan went missing late Friday, according to a statement from the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
The 38-year-old woman is described as white, 5-foot 5-inches tall, 150 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes.
Deputies responded to an apartment complex in Aloha about 11:30 p.m. Friday.
It was reported that Callahan was heading to Henry Hagg Lake to possibly harm herself, the Sheriff's Office said.
Deputies located Callahan's vehicle at Boat Ramp C at Henry Hagg Lake but were unable to locate her.
The Sheriff's Office's search and rescue team engaged several cadets and other teams to look in the wooded area and around the shoreline on Saturday and Sunday, the Sheriff's Office said.
A marine patrol searched the water, and another team used a drone to search the area from above.
A dive and rescue team from the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office helped search the waters around Boat Ramp C over the weekend but were unable to locate her.
The case remains under investigation, the Sheriff's Office said.
Anyone with information about Callahan's whereabouts is being asked to call 503-629-0111.
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