This 51 year old Kent woman was murdered according to Seattle Police Homicide Detectives. Her car was parked nearby on Beach drive (see inset) and her body was found floating about 30 feet off shore along Beach Drive s.w. on the morning of March 12. If you have any information you are urged to call 911 or the Seattle Police Homicide Tip Line at (206) 233-5000.

51 year old Kent woman was murdered; SPD seeks public's help

Her body was found floating off Beach Drive the morning of March 12

The body that was spotted floating off the 3800 block of Beach Drive SW on March 12 is now the subject of a murder investigation and the Seattle Police Department is seeking the public's help. The body was that of a 51 year old woman from Kent identified as Greggette Renee Guy.

According to a report on the SPD Blotter,"Homicide detectives believe the victim parked her car in the 4400 block of Beach Drive SW on Sunday night, March 11th. The victim had planned to take a walk along the beach but was found deceased just offshore the next morning. Her throat had been slashed (according to some news reports) although on Friday no official cause of death has been announced. The suspect(s) remain at large.

Detectives recovered Guy's Buick on March 12, the day her body was pulled from the water. It was parked six blocks from where her body was found in the 4400 block of Beach Drive s.w.

If you have knowledge or information about this incident or if you saw any suspicious activity, vehicles or persons in the area on the evening of Sunday, March 11th, please call 911 or the Seattle Police Homicide Tip Line at (206) 233-5000. Anonymous tips are welcome."

You can also call Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound at 1-800-222-TIPS.

The Seattle Police would like to remind everyone to be vigilant and aware of your surroundings anytime you are outdoors and especially in the hours of darkness.

This remains an active and on-going homicide investigation.

Guy's LinkedIn profile shows she worked as a credit analyst for Pacific Aero Tech, LLC in Kent. She had a degree in business from Highline Community College and a B.S. in accounting and marketing from Central Washington University.

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