Roseville police have found the woman who turned in the wallet of missing Susan Jacobson. (Credit: Roseville Police Department)

Roseville police are seeking the woman who turned in the wallet of missing Susan Jacobson. (Credit: Roseville Police Department)

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – Detectives may have a lead in the disappearance of a Roseville woman missing since Wednesday morning.

Police released a photo of a woman who turned in 59-year-old Susan Jacobson’s wallet around 8 a.m. Wednesday at a Starbucks. This afternoon, CBS13 learned the identity of the woman, who has since talked to Roseville Police The coffee shop is located in the same center as the Raley’s parking lot — the corner of Pleasant Grove Boulevard and Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard — where Jacobson’s car was found.

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59-year-old Susan Jacobson. (Credit: Roseville Police Department)

59-year-old Susan Jacobson. (Credit: Roseville Police Department)

The woman turned in the wallet saying she’d found it in the parking lot, police say. Detectives are searching for the woman in hopes she can provide any more information to assist in the search.

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Jacobson’s husband Chris says his wife left the home to run errands, which included a stop at the Raley’s.

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CBS13 will have an interview with the woman who found the wallet during our 10 p.m. newscast.