Police searching for missing firefighter from Renton

Ken Ward was last seen at about 8:45 a.m. Oct. 15 in Roslyn, Wash. He was driving a white 2007 Dodge Ram Mega Cab truck with Washington “firefighter” license plates, number PF04426.

Renton resident and Mountainview Fire and Rescue Firefighter Ken Ward has been missing since Saturday.

Renton resident and Mountainview Fire and Rescue Firefighter Ken Ward has been missing since Saturday and police are asking anyone with information on his whereabouts to call the department.

Ward was last seen at about 8:45 a.m. Oct. 15 in Roslyn, Wash. He was driving a white 2007 Dodge Ram Mega Cab truck with Washington “firefighter” license plates, number PF04426.

Ward, 43, is described as approximately 6 ft., 2 in and 220 lbs. He lives in Renton and a missing persons report has been issued.

Ward has been a career firefighter with Mountain View Fire & Rescue for 10 years. He has family in the area, including three children.

Anyone with any information on Ward’s whereabouts are asked to call 911 or contact Renton Police at 425-430-7500, reference their case 16-13236.




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