Police in California are asking for the public’s help in locating a Canadian mother and daughter who they believed vanished during a camping trip in the Bay Area.
Per KTVU, Audrey Rodrigue, 29, and her 10-year-old daughter, Emily, flew into San Francisco International Airport Saturday from Canada. From there, the pair spent the night at the Burlingame at the Vagabond and checked out the next morning.
That’s where police say the trail goes cold. The mother reportedly texted her boyfriend that morning but he was unable to reach her. On Monday, the boyfriend reported the pair missing after they failed to check into the Pigeon Point Hotel near Pescadero.
The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office said Audrey and Emily were possibly seen at Fish Lake Campground in the Six Rivers National Forest in Orleans, where they had a reservation for Monday. Campground staff and visitors told forest rangers that the pair seemed happy and didn’t appear to be in any distress, according to The Mercury News.
Police suspect the pair visited other free campgrounds along the coast. They were previously driving in a rented gray 2018 Ford Focus with California license plate 8DIN900.
This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information regarding Audrey or Emily Rodrigue’s whereabouts is urged to call San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Detective Joseph Fava at 650-363-4192.
[Featured Image: Audrey Rodrigue, Emily Rodrigue/San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office]