Wednesday, March 27, 2024

The Disappearance of Olga Ponomareva

Source: Clackamas County Sheriff's Office

Olga Valeryevna Ponomareva has been missing since April 27th, 2004. The then-22-year-old was last seen in Milkwaukie, Oregon. Olga left her home around 4:00 PM on the day she vanished and never returned. She has never been seen or heard from again. 

Olga lived with her mother in a residence on Southeast Fuller Road. When she left the house that day, she was reportedly headed towards a shopping plaza called the Ross Center on Southeast Causey and 82nd Avenue. The plaza is within walking distance from Olga's residence, and it is reportedly a busy part of the Southgate area. 

Olga's project route. (Source: Google Maps)

All of Olga's personal items were left at her residence, including her identification and cash. This indicates that Olga likely intended to return home when she left that afternoon. Olga's mother reported her missing the following day, on April 28th, 2004. 

Olga's Charley Project page states that Olga "may be in Colorado or elsewhere in Oregon." However, two decades have passed without any sign of the young woman. According to the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, Olga has not had any known activity since 2004. 

There is otherwise very little information available about the investigation into Olga's disappearance. The news has not reported on Olga's case. Other online resources do not provide any information about Olga's family or other happenings in her life prior to her disappearance. 

Olga's case does have a thread on Websleuths. In 2020, a person in the thread posted they had requested the police report and other records related to Olga's disappearance. The Sheriff's Office reportedly rejected the request due to the case still being open. 

Olga remains missing today. If you have any information that could help solve Olga's case, please call the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office tip line at (503) 723-4949 or submit a tip online. 

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