18-year-old woman missing after running out of gas near Stevens Pass

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Via KCPQ:

STEVENS PASS, Wash. – Tuesday, King County Search and Rescue teams with K9 Units continued the search for missing 18-year-old Giovanna (Gia) Fuda.

Crews have searched for Fuda along the Stevens Pass area since Saturday.

King County Sheriff’s Major Crimes Detectives now say her disappearance is considered suspicious and believe she may have gotten picked up by the wrong person after she ran out of gas west of Stevens Pass on US Hwy 2.

Fuda’s purse was in the car. Her cell phone was gone and is powered off.

“I want my daughter back,” said Bob Fuda.

Fuda is Gia’s father. He is hoping that somone can provide any sort of clue to help finding Gia.

“Somebody knows something. somebody knows something. i want that person to come clean i want that person to come forward. i want my daughter back.”

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