GRIDLEY (CBS13) – Worlds filled with pain and anguish from Paula Ede. Her 20-year-old daughter Alycia Yeoman has been missing for a month now. And while investigators are still trying to find her, Aly’s family is convinced someone has the missing piece of information they need.
Nearly a hundred people gathered at an open lot on Highway 99 in Gridley across the street from the Starbucks where Yeoman worked. They wore yellow ribbons and lit candles.
Yoeman disappeared March 30 after leaving a friend’s house on Romero Street in Yuba City.
As investigators search for the young woman, her family is convinced someone knows crucial missing information.
“This didn’t happen out of thin air, something happened to her, and somebody knows,” said Yeoman’s aunt Marteen.
A few days after she went missing, Alycia’s truck was found in an orchard, along with one set of footprints.
Soon her cellphone was found, as was surveillance video showing her truck making its way up to the levee.
Beyond that the trail goes cold.