She Dialed 911 And Could Be Heard Screaming For Help In 2023, But Her Phone Died, And When Police Arrived On The Scene, She Was Nowhere To Be Found

“It’s just been a horrible nightmare our family has gone through,” said Mikayla’s aunt, Angela Anderson.

Mikayla’s loved ones have continued to search for answers – creating a Facebook page entitled Find Mikayla Standrige.

One of her other aunts, Mardi Marton, also organized a search party following Mikayla’s disappearance and handed out flyers with details on the case, which included her personal phone number, so anyone with information can reach out.

“Text me, call me, send me a picture. I’ll drop what I’m doing and come if I know it’s her,” Mardi said.

According to Mardi, her family has continued to hold onto hope that Mikayla will be found.

“We just want you to come home. We love you. I want you to know that. Don’t let anybody keep you from your family,” she stated.

“We all want her home,” Angela agreed.

At the time of her disappearance, Mikayla was five foot two, weighed between 90 and 100 pounds, and had blue eyes and blonde/pink hair.

If you have any information regarding her disappearance, you are urged to contact the Skagit Sheriff’s Office at (360) 416-1911.

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