Authorities found the truck of a missing California woman in a orchard on Monday, two days after she disappeared, but still no signs of the college student who failed to showed up to work on early Friday morning.
KCRA reports that Alycia “Aly” Yeoman, 20, was last seen on Thursday night off of Romero Street in Yuba City, at around 11 p.m. According to a co-worker, she never showed up for her early morning McDonald’s work shift on Friday.
Police pinged her phone on Monday at around 4:30 a.m., which picked up at near the Yuba City Walmart in an empty field. When authorities searched the field, however, they couldn’t find her phone. Later that night, farm workers in a Live Oak orchard reported seeing her blue-green Toyota Tacoma truck. They said it had been there for several days. They reported it to police after no one came back to claim it.
Truck found by the Feather river in Live Oak. Monday night….
The truck appeared to have gotten stuck in mud after it went down a levee. Police said that they found footprints walking away from the vehicle. Her phone was not in her truck. Authorities indicated that as of now, they have no reason to believe foul play was involved, but called the disappearance “suspicious” after getting details from friends and family, who said she simply vanished.
“These facts and the interviews with family, friends and investigative leads are very concerning and all (Police Department) resources are being utilized.”
Anyone with information on Aly’s whereabouts should call the Gridley Police Department at 530-846-5670.
[Feature Photo: Gridley-Biggs Police Department]