Public's Help Sought in Locating Missing 46-Year-Old Woman

Portland Police Bureau - 05/31/18

UPDATE-Marvella Rauda-Nambo has been found safe and has been reunited with family. 

The Portland Police Bureau's Missing Persons Unit is asking for the public's help to locate 46-year-old Marvella Rauda-Nambo, last seen near Southeast 100th Avenue and Southeast Division Street.

Rauda-Nambo is described as a Hispanic female, 5'00" tall, 130 pounds, with dark brown hair that is often pulled into a ponytail. Rauda-Nambo has an intellectual disability and functions at an eight-year-old's level. She was last seen wearing a light pink zippered hooded sweatshirt with black letters, dark pants, and carrying a bright orange backpack with the Easter Seal's logo.

Rauda-Nambo was dropped off by a ride-service for an appointment in the area of Southeast 100th Avenue and Southeast Division Street this afternoon, but never arrived for a scheduled appointment. Investigators believes she became confused and lost after exiting the ride-service vehicle. There are no indications of foul play.

Anyone seeing Rauda-Nambo is asked to call 9-1-1 so that officers may check her welfare and reunite her with her guardians. Anyone with non-emergency information about Rauda-Nambo is asked to contact Detective Heidi Helwig at