A vehicle belonging to a missing California mother has been found on a bridge hundreds of miles away from where she lived, FOX 40 reports.
Tiffany Clark, 38, was reported missing on Monday after her daughter, Michaela Haight, 18, said she last saw her mom Saturday night.
Haight had tried calling Clark the following day, only to have the calls go to voicemail.
“I start calling around to all the hospitals, all the jails, all the mental hospitals in every county, Calaveras County, Stanislaus County, everywhere around here trying to find her because nobody has seen her,” Haight said.
After she filed the missing person report on Monday, Haight was notified that her mother’s vehicle—a black Ford Ranger—had been located more than 300 miles away on a remote bridge near Six Rivers National Forest.
But her mother was nowhere to be found.
“A neighbor who lived in the area had located a suspicious vehicle parked in the middle of the Martin’s Ferry Bridge,” Samantha Karges of the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office told the television station. “What made it suspicious for us was that all of Ms. Clark’s belongings were still inside of the vehicle.”
Authorities are searching the Klamath River and areas surrounding it for any signs of Clark.
For Haight, Clark’s only daughter, the experience has been a nightmare.
“I just, I really hope she comes home,” Haight said. “I just want everyone to just keep on praying and keep her in your prayers for me and my family.”
Clark is about 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighs approximately 180 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing black scrubs and black shoes in the Modesto area on June 29.
To report information about the Clark’s location, contact police at 707-445-7251.
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[Feature Photo: Tiffany Clark/Handout]