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FBI, Warm Springs Police Searching for Missing 11-Year-Old Girl

Sunday, March 05, 2017
GoLocalPDX News Team

The FBI and the Warm Springs Police Department are asking for help in locating 11-year-old Kaitlyn Stofiel. She is missing and possibly endangered. 

Police believe that she is with her custodial father, Thomas Clarence Stofiel, age 44.

Stofiel's truck was found in late February parked approximately one-half mile down the Mt. Wilson turnoff off of Highway 26 (near milepost 76) on the Warm Springs Reservation. Neither Thomas nor Kaitlyn Stofiel has any known connection to the reservation other than the fact that the truck was found on the reservation. They were living in Portland most recently, and Kaitlyn was reportedly being home-schooled. 

There have been no confirmed sightings of Kaitlyn or Thomas Stofiel in at least a week. 

Thomas Stofiel may be distraught, is known to possess various weapons and reportedly has survival skills. 

Descriptions 

THOMAS CLARENCE STOFIEL 

Age: 44 

Race: White 

Height: 5'05" 

Weight: 125 pounds 

Hair: Brown 

Eyes: Green 

 

KAITLYN STOFIEL 

Age: 11 

Race: White 

Height: Unknown (tall and thin) 

Hair: Long, dark hair 

Eyes: Blue 

 

Anyone who has information about their immediate whereabouts is asked to call 9-1-1. DO NOT APPROACH. Anyone with information should call the FBI in Portland at (503) 224-4181 (ext. 0) twenty-four hours a day; the FBI in Bend at (541) 389-1202; or the Warm Springs Police Department at (541) 553-1171. 

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