Update on missing person Susan Jacobson

Susan Jacobson, a 59-year-old resident of Sun City Roseville, a white female, 4'11" tall and about 90 pounds, with shoulder-length brown hair and green eyes, last seen wearing a dark gray sweatshirt and light gray sweat pants, went missing May 1.  Early that morning, she told her husband she planned to go grocery-shopping and to run other errands around town, and she never returned.  Around 8 a.m. May 1, a citizen found her wallet in the parking lot of the Raley's grocery store center at Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard and Pleasant Grove Boulevard, and turned it in to the neighborhood Starbucks.  Officers found her car, a dark blue Honda Civic, unoccupied in the same parking lot.

On Sunday, May 5, the Roseville Police Department coordinated a ground search, looking for any clues to Mrs. Jacobson's disappearance.  Almost 200 people helped search, including RPD employees, Placer County Sheriff's Search and Rescue volunteers and their search dogs, a large group of employees from R.C. Wiley, and many other concerned citizen volunteers.  They searched a large area of Mahany Park and open space areas in Sun City Roseville.  They found some items (as you would in any detailed search of any area), but it's unknown if anything found was connected to Mrs. Jacobson's disappearance.  No additional ground searches are scheduled at this time.

We greatly appreciate the community's help and concern.  We urge anyone who saw Mrs. Jacobson in the days leading up to her disappearance, or who has any information at all that could help call our tip line at (916)774-5080.

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