A missing 25-year-old woman was found dead on Saturday, near Snohomish County in Washington D.C. Kenna Harris, a native of Monroe had disappeared on March 31, in the Snohomish Shopping Center. According to The New York Post, Kenna took her yoga mat, her daily medications, and had taken out $230 from a Chase Bank account before she left home.
Instead of going to work as a Walmart cashier, she took a community transit bus to the Snohomish Shopping Center and stopped at a subway. Kenna went inside the shop and asked if they had gluten-free bread. When they didn’t offer it, she left the store at 1:15 pm, and was never seen alive again, reports NBC News.
According to King5, Kenna had suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident six years ago. Due to this injury, Kenna had trouble with memory and decision making that could’ve made her susceptible to abuse or coercion. Kenna Harris was found in a secluded wooded area during a search and rescue operation. Officials have yet to release any further information regarding Kenna’s death. The investigation is ongoing.