Missoula, Montana – A 30-year-old Montana woman is still missing, and the search for her continues. According to our previous reporting, Eva Masin Prather of Missoula has now been missing for 10 days after she was last seen in her home in Missoula. Her family and friends urge the public to help them locate Eva safely, as she is believed to have left her home in the early morning hours on December 30.
Eva Masin Prather was last seen early morning on Dec. 30
The Montana mother went missing early in the morning, between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., during a time when she was experiencing mental health difficulties. She didn’t have any personal belongings or ID with her. A relative mentioned on social media that she might have left her house without shoes.
The Missoula police are actively searching for her. Her loved ones have set up pages on Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram to increase visibility for the search effort.
There’s also a GoFundMe page created to support the search expenses. It has gathered over $18,200, nearing its $30,000 target.
She might be in Idaho, Washington, or Oregon
Masin Prather is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds, with shoulder-length brown hair. She might be heading to Idaho, Washington, or Oregon. She’s likely wearing a palladium wedding ring with a sapphire and another band. Additionally, she has a noticeable botanical tattoo on her back.
Eva, as she’s also known, is a mother, wife, artist, biologist with a love for plants, and a farmer. Her family and friends, in a heartfelt plea, asked for help in finding her.
Anyone who has information about this case can reach out to the Missoula Police Department at (406) 552-6300.