Police search for missing Camas woman

Marissa Faubion left her home on Saturday morning

Marissa Faubion

Police are searching for a missing Camas woman who suffers from mental health issues.

According to a Camas Police Department Officer Debrah Riedl, on Saturday, May 14, at 8:49 a.m., 23-year-old Marissa Faubion left her family home in Camas, during what her family described as a “manic episode.” Faubion was recently diagnosed with significant mental health issues and has been treated in hospitals, a press release stated. She refused her medication and is not capable of caring for herself.

Faubion is not associated with any vehicles and has been known to hitchhike.

The last leads into her whereabouts have been in Lyle, Washington.

She was last seen wearing a long sleeve, light blue Bernie Sanders T-shirt, men’s cotton sweats, black tennis shoes and a black backpack. She is 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs approximately 155 pounds. She has an olive skin tone; shoulder-length, straight, brown hair; and blue eyes.

Anyone having contact with or who may recognize Faubion should contact local law enforcement.