Ralph Alan Newcombe
Missing since April 17, 1989 from Seattle, King County, Washington
Circumstances of Disappearance
In 1989 Ralph Newcombe moved from Kodiak Alaska to Seattle.
A few months later Ralph drove away from his house in North Seattle and did not return home. His wife reported him missing. Contacts, glasses, uncashed check left at home.
His pick up truck was found the next morning in Seattle, parked across the street from the Alaska ferry terminal.
His carpenter tools, wallet and identification were found in the pickup. The crew of the Alaska ferry did not see Ralph on the boat when it sailed to Alaska.
Ralph worked as a carpenter building and remodeling houses in Alaska and was trying to form a business in Seattle but he left before the business was formed.
Since 1989 there have been indications that he may have been in the Montana and Wyoming. Ralph may have changed his name and assumed a different identity.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
King County Major Crimes
Cold Case Squad
King County Sheriff's Office
Without a Trace
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