WSU Grad Connected To Missing Man And A 2-Year-Old: Know More Here


After departing Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, a 21-year-old Port Angeles woman has been missing for more than a week.

The Fife Police Department on X reported that Nadia Erika Cole, a recent graduate of Washington State University, left Sea-Tac at 3:08 p.m. on May 29. Cole may have been sighted last week in the Fife area, according to a Monday letter from Fife police.

A representative for the Fife Police Department informed The News Tribune that the agency is unable to verify the veracity of the story.

Cole’s disappearance and that of her fiancé, Moscow, Idaho’s Aaron Aung, may be connected.

Since May 29, Aung and his 2-year-old daughter Seraya Aung Harmon have also gone missing. According to reports, Aung and his daughter were scheduled to return on June 3 from a fishing vacation in Montana. According to a news release from the Pullman Police Department, they haven’t been seen since leaving.

Since then, Aung has been the subject of an arrest warrant for first-degree custodial interference by Pullman police, which is a breach of a parenting plan approved by Latah County District Court.

Pullman police said Cole might be going with Aung and Harmon.

Cole last appeared with a tan shoulder bag, black yoga pants, a sage green hoodie, a black North Face jacket, and white Converse sneakers. She may also be wearing prescription glasses, according to the police.

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