YUBA CITY (CBS13) – A search is on for a Gridley woman who hasn’t been seen since Thursday evening.
Action News Now reports that family and friends of 20-year-old Alycia Yeoman are worried sick. Gridley police confirm they are investigating.
Yeoman is a Yuba College student. Friends started to become worried for Yeoman’s wellbeing after she didn’t show up for an early morning shift at the McDonald’s she works at on Friday.
Friends told Action News Now that police got a ping on Yeoman’s cellphone in a field across the street from a Walmart in Yuba City. Friends and family set out on Sunday looking for Yeoman.
Authorities note that GPS coordinates could be off by several hundred yards. Deputies with the Sutter County Sheriff’s Office also searched the area and continuing their efforts within their jurisdiction.
Gridley police are looking for Yeoman’s truck, described as a green Toyota Tacoma 2 door extended cab with a “Duck the Dodgers” sticker. The license plate number is 4FAR610.
Witnesses detectives have interviewed say they saw the truck leaving a Romero Street home. The truck then turned west onto Butte House Road. Witnesses believe she was alone at this point.
Yeoman is described as being 5’4”, 115 pounds with brown and blonde hair. She also has braces, a nose ring and a small mole near her left eye.
Anyone who sees Yeoman or knows where she might be is asked to call the Gridley Police Department at (530) 846-5670.