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Police, Crime Stoppers of Oregon seek info in case of missing Vancouver woman

The Vancouver Police Department, with Crime Stoppers of Oregon, is seeking the public’s help in finding a woman who’s been missing since February 2018.

Vancouver’s Ashanti Conde, 29, was last seen by family Feb. 19, 2018, and then by acquaintances three days later when she left a Washougal residence. Conde left in a Cadillac sedan with an acquaintance, Michael Conley, also of Vancouver, according to a Crime Stoppers news release.

All communication from Conde, including through social media, stopped Feb. 22, 2018, the news release states.

Conley’s body was found March 9, 2018, near a dirt road above the snow line northeast of Dougan Falls. The Cadillac was abandoned more than a mile away — stuck in deep snow and mud. There were no signs of foul play in Conley’s death, according to the news release.

Law enforcement and search and rescue volunteers searched the area but didn’t find any sign of Conde.

Conde is described as standing 5-foot-3-inches tall and weighing 125 pounds, with black hair and green eyes. She is a mother of four children, the news release states.

Vancouver police, along with the Clark County and Skamania County sheriff’s offices and Oregon law enforcement agencies, have followed up on a number of tips over the past two years, but none have led to information on Conde’s whereabouts, according to Crime Stoppers of Oregon.

Detectives with the Vancouver Police Missing Person Unit are investigating and asking anyone with information related to Conde’s disappearance to contact Crime Stoppers of Oregon.

The local nonprofit offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 for information that leads to an arrest in any unsolved felony crime, and tipsters can remain anonymous. To submit a tip, download P3 Tips in the App Store, go online to or call 503-823-HELP (4357).


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