Update: Mason County Sheriff's Office is reporting that Christina Baca has returned home, according to a call received from her husband Monday morning. A deputy made contact and confirmed the report. The woman has refused to speak with detectives and asked to be left alone with her husband. She seemed to be physically okay, according to a news release from Mason County Sheriff's.
An earlier story:
The Mason County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for help in locating 39 year-old Christina Baca, also known as Christian M. Skaggs.
According to a news release, at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 23, 2013, Baca walked away from a vehicle being driven by her husband, Edward Baca, age 58, in the area of North Fairway Drive and State Route 119, in the Hoodsport area of Mason County.
According to Edward, Christina walked to the area of the Hoodsport Trail Head, and the called him about 45 minutes later from her cell phone, and stated that she was going to be walking home.
At approximately 10:49 a.m. Sunday, Edward called to report that Christina never returned home, but that she has done this before. Edward also informed deputies that Christina is suffering from bi-Polar and had been drinking alcohol the previous afternoon.
A K-9 track was conducted by Sgt. Trevor Severance and his blood hound Cedar and it's possible that someone may have given Baca a ride. A search and rescue mission is currently in progress with at least 20 ground searchers looking for Baca.
Christina Baca, aka Christian Skaggs is described as a white female, 5 feet and 125 lbs., with shoulder length brown hair and green eyes. She was last seen wearing bright pink pajama bottoms and a green jacket.
The Mason County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone who might have information regarding her whereabouts, to call 360-427-7761 and provide your information.