Twin Falls woman and man found safe in Oregon
Law enforcement made contact with the two to verify they were safe
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) UPDATE (11/5) — A missing Twin Falls woman has been found safe in Oregon.
Twin Falls Police has been investigating after 36-year-old Emily Plott went missing on Oct. 22. She was believed to be accompanied by her ex-husband 34-year-old Bryan Plott, who was reported missing a day later.
On Thursday, the Twin Falls Police Department said law enforcement was able to make contact with the two in Coos Bay, Oregon, and verify they were not missing and were safe. Their names have been removed from the Idaho Missing Persons Clearinghouse.
INITIAL STORY (10/29):
Police are looking to connect with a Twin Falls man and woman who have been missing for more than a week.
Twin Falls Police say Emily Plott, 36, went missing on Oct. 22. According to the Idaho Missing Persons Clearinghouse, she is described as being 5-foot, 5-inches tall, weighing 180 pounds with brown-red hair and blue eyes. She has tattoos on both arms and legs.
She may be with her ex-husband Bryan Plott, who was reported missing on Oct. 23.
Emily Plott is believed to be traveling in a white 2020 Honda Fit with license plate 2TDH971.
Law enforcement is aware of some communication between Emily and family members and she is believed to be in Oregon. Law enforcement would like to make contact with her and Bryan. Family members have expressed their concerns and say this is out of character.
Bryan Plott, 34, is described as being 6-foot tall and 240 pounds, with blond hair and green eyes. He was last seen wearing a tie-dye sweatshirt and black pants. He has tattoo stars on both elbows, a tattoo bulldog on his right shoulder and a tattoo of an eagle on his left forearm.
Anyone with information on them or their whereabouts is asked to call the Twin Falls Police at 208-735-4357.
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