Sacto 9-1-1
May 6, 2013
Police cast wide net for tips in Roseville woman's disappearance

Roseville detectives investigating the disappearance of a Sun City woman would like to talk to anyone who visited the Raley's shopping center at the corner of Woodcreek Oaks and Pleasant Grove boulevards between 4 a.m. and noon Wednesday.

Even if people don't think they saw anything noteworthy, detectives want to speak to anyone who visited the center, whether it was to make deliveries, grocery shop, use the bank ATM, pick up dry cleaning or visit Starbucks. Any information, no matter how routine, may help detectives create a more complete picture of activity in the parking lot that morning, police said.

People are asked to call the tip line the Police Department has set up for the case at (916) 774-5080.

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