Police Searching for Murdered Bend Woman’s Missing Vehicle

On Tuesday, July 18, Bend Police officers responded to a call at approximately 11:18 a.m. from a concerned Bend man who made a grim discovery at a home on the 200 block of NW Hill Street. The man had gone to check on the resident and found 28-year-old Evelyn Jeanette Weaver unresponsive. Upon their arrival, officers confirmed that Weaver had passed away.

Weaver’s death is now being treated as suspicious and is being investigated as a homicide. Authorities have identified her as the 28-year-old Bend woman, and efforts to determine the cause and circumstances surrounding her untimely demise are underway.

The Major Incident Team, working in collaboration with Bend Police detectives, has been activated to lead the investigation, and the Oregon State Police Forensics Lab is lending their expertise to assist in the case.

To gather crucial evidence and conduct a thorough forensic examination, police will remain on the scene at Weaver’s residence through at least Friday.

In an attempt to aid the ongoing investigation, Bend Police are actively seeking Weaver’s 2004 silver Honda CR-V with the Oregon license plate 085BMP. Attached to the news release are two images of the vehicle. Citizens are urged not to approach the vehicle if spotted but instead to immediately call 911.

Authorities are also reaching out to the public for any information on Weaver’s death. If anyone had any interactions with Weaver between July 13 and July 18 and has not yet been in contact with Bend Police, they are urged to reach out to the nonemergency dispatch line at 541-693-6911.

Source: BPD

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