Hunt continues for missing Sun City Resident
Roseville, CA – Sunday morning friends and neighbors turned out in droves to help look for Susan Jacobson who mysteriously disappeared on Wednesday.
Close to two hundred volunteers showed up at 8 a.m. Sunday to assist dozens of Roseville police officers in their search for Jacobson. Also on hand were Placer County’s Search and Rescue units, including seven of their esteemed canine unit. A large portion of the volunteers were from local retailer R.C. Willey.
Officials and volunteers were combing through the open space areas just southwest of the shopping center where Jacobson’s car was found on Wednesday night, including Mahany Park and the back nine holes of the Sun City golf course.
Officers assigned groups of individuals to grids within the area and provided explicit instructions on what to do if anything suspicious were found, to ensure no evidence was destroyed or tainted.
Sergeant Darin DeFreece spoke to the crowd to let everyone know they will be broken out into groups of 5 to 10 people and assigned a grid with approximately 80 grids to be assigned. He went on to describe the types of articles to be on the lookout for.
Late Sunday afternoon Roseville spokesperson Dee Dee Gunther said in a statement, “the searchers found a number of items that were collected for further examination, but we don’t know yet if anything that was found was connected with Mrs. Jacobson or her disappearance.”
Jacobson, of Sun City Roseville, was last seen by her husband on Wednesday morning. She was heading out to run some errands and do some grocery shopping.
Officers located her unoccupied dark blue Honda Civic Wednesday night in the Raley’s parking lot at the corner of Pleasant Grove and Woodcreek Oaks Boulevards.
Also on Wednesday at around 8 a.m. a jogger found Jacobson’s wallet on the sidewalk near Starbucks in the same shopping center. There was no money and all her credit cards were missing.
Jacobson is described as white female, 4’11″ tall and about 90 pounds, with shoulder-length brown hair. She was last seen wearing a dark gray sweatshirt and light gray sweatpants, although she may have changed into different clothes before going out.
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