Advocate for missing and murdered Indigenous women found safe in Marysville

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. — Update: According to the Snohomish County Sherriff’s Office, Chelsea was found safe in Marysville late Saturday night.


The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a woman who has been missing since June 7, according to the office of State Attorney General Bob Ferguson.

According to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Chelsea Hendrickson was last seen in Lynnwood at the Sunridge Motel on June 13.

She is 33-years-old, 5 foot, 5 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes.

She also has several tattoos: a “tribal medicine wheel with a buffalo skull and feathers” on her right arm, a lily on her left wrist and an Arapaho figure on her left arm.

Henrdickson may be in the Lynnwood, Everett or Arlington areas. She drives a blue 2020 Kia Forte with possible windshield damage.

Hendrickson is a known advocate for domestic violence, sexual assault and missing and murdered indigenous women.

Her family says they are extremely worried for her safety and it is very unlike her to be out of contact with them.

Anyone with information on Hendrickson’s whereabouts is asked to contact Snohomish County Sheriff Deputy Brianna Perez at 425-315-5642, referencing case # 2022-82952.