Roseville PD: Were you here
Roseville detectives investigating the mysterious disappearance of Sun City Roseville resident Susan Jacobson would like to talk to anyone who visited the Raley’s shopping center at the corner of Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. and Pleasant Grove Blvd. between the hours of 4 a.m. and noon on Wednesday, May 1.
In a statement, Roseville Police Department spokesperson Dee Dee Gunther wrote, “Even if you didn’t see anything unusual, if you visited that shopping center at all that morning–to make a delivery, to go to work, to grocery shop, to visit the bank, credit union or ATM, to pick up dry cleaning, or to visit Starbucks on your way to work or school–detectives need to talk to you.”
Detectives are trying to get a complete picture of the activity in the parking lot the morning of Jacobson’s disappearance, any information, no matter how small, or routine, could help.
Special tip line setup for the Susan Jacobson case: (916)774-5080
Jacobson was last seen by her husband on Wednesday morning as she was heading out to run some errands and do some grocery shopping. Later that night, officers located her unoccupied dark blue Honda Civic in the Raley’s parking lot.
At approximately 8 a.m. that same day, a jogger found Jacobson’s wallet discarded on the sidewalk outside a Starbuck’s in the Raley’s shopping center. The wallet was stripped of any money and credit cards.
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The 59-year-old is described as a 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.
In their continuing effort to find Jacobson, the Roseville Police Department coordinated a search on Sunday with close to 200 volunteers from the community, including 70 from the local R.C. Willey store. Searchers canvassed the open space areas just southwest of the shopping center.
Searchers found a number of items that were collected for further examination, but were unclear if any of the items pertained to Jacobson’s disappearance.
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