South Kitsap woman is missing

Jesse Moore of Olalla has been missing for almost two weeks.

Jesse Aurelia Moore

Jesse Aurelia Moore

PORT ORCHARD — Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office detectives are looking for a 23-year-old South Kitsap woman who has been missing for almost two weeks.

Jesse Aurelia Moore, a resident of Olalla, was last seen Oct. 30 at the Kitsap County Courthouse. She is now listed as an endangered missing person, said Deputy Scott Wilson of the sheriff’s office.

Moore has a history of drug use and an undiagnosed mental health illness, he said. She is 5 feet tall, 130 pounds, has blonde or brown hair, and has brown eyes. The missing woman also has tattoos, including one in a floral pattern on her left arm, a daisy flower on her right hand at the base of her thumb, and a Ying/Yang symbol on the back of her neck.

The South Kitsap woman was last seen wearing a white shirt, a dark-colored hooded sweatshirt, dark leggings and tennis shoes.

If you have information about Moore’s whereabouts, contact Detective Dave Meyer at 360-337-5617 or Kitsap 911. Those wishing to remain anonymous can contact Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or go online at www.p3tips.com. Reference case report K18-011451.

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