Krieg Olaf Kjer was last heard from on Thursday, Aug. 24
The Ridgefield Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Krieg Olaf Kjer, who was last heard from at 7 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 24.
Kjer is 46 years old, is 6-foot tall, and weighs approximately 175 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes.
Kjer is associated with a 2022 Grey, Mercedes Sprinter van, Washington license plates CCA2606. The van has several custom features, which make it stand out.
The Ridgefield Police Department is working closely with Kjer’s family to locate him. If you have seen Krieg Kjer or have information related to his whereabouts, contact Officer Tyler King at the Ridgefield Police Department at Tyler.King@ridgefieldwa.us or by calling 9-1-1.
Information provided by Ridgefield Police Department.
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