Authorities: No Leads in Disappearance of Washington Woman

Authorities investigating the disappearance of a Washington State woman who vanished more than two weeks ago have no new clues.

Nancy Moyer, a 36-year-old mother of two, was last seen on March 6 after dropping off a fellow co-worker from the state Ecology Department office.

"Anything's possible at this point," Lt. Chris Mealy of the Thurston County sheriff's office told "We just don't know. There's indications that lead us to believe that she didn't just leave. Her purse was there,the purse that contained her driver's license, her ID, her club cards... we found in her purse."

Sheriff's Deputy James Chamberlain told The Olympian newspaper that the investigation is still active, adding that investigators don't know if a crime occurred, if she had a medical emergency or if she went somewhere without telling anyone.

Moyer had been separated from her husband Bill Moyer for about two years, and friends told The Olympian the couple have a friendly relationship and share custody of their daughters, ages 9 and 11.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.