Authorities: Body of Missing Woman Found in California River | US News

YUBA CITY, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say a body found in the Feather River in Northern California is a missing 20-year-old college student.

The Sutter County sheriff’s office identified the body Tuesday as Yuba College student Alycia “Aly” Yeoman.

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Family of missing Gridley woman offers $50,000 reward, holds out hope for her return | The Sacramento Bee

Nearly a month has passed since Alycia Yeoman, a 20-year-old Gridley woman, disappeared, and residents found her faded green pickup truck in rural Sutter County.

Yeoman’s family is grief-stricken, fearing for her safety, but they continue to hold out hope and are asking for the public’s help. A reward for information leading to Yeoman’s recovery has been increased to $50,000, the family said over the weekend.

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CA – Report: Text messages claim missing woman was kidnapped – KRCR

GRIDLEY, Calif. – New surveillance video and text messages are being investigated in the disappearance of a missing Butte County college student. The text messages to her mother indicate the young woman may have been kidnapped.

Alycia Yeoman, 20 of Gridley, was last seen one week ago leaving a friend’s house in Yuba City late in the evening on March 30. Friends and family became worried when she failed to show up for work the next day.

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WA – Missing man sends cryptic text to friend: ‘My luck has run out’ | KOMO

SEATTLE – Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing man who sent his friend a cryptic text message after disappearing earlier this month.

Friends and family of Richard Arneson, 62, of Seattle became concerned about him when he failed to report for work on Feb. 5, says Detective Patrick Michaud of the Seattle police.

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Missing Herrin, Illinois teen Delia Ann Stacey who texted “help” found safe – CBS News

HERRIN, Ill. — An Illinois teen whose disappearance drew the national spotlight after she texted “help” to her family has been found safe, according to the Herrin Police Department.

Delia Ann Stacey of Herrin vanished Dec. 28 after leaving her family’s home on foot to meet a friend, according to the department. Family received the text from her phone later that day reading only, “Help,” police say. After that, they weren’t able to get in contact with her.

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IL – Herrin Police searching for missing woman | thesouthern.com

Herrin Police Department is searching for finding Delia Ann Stacey.

Her family reported missing at around 5:30 p.m. Monday to the police department. Family said she was last seen at around 11 a.m. when she left the family home on foot, according to a police department news release.

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Wilkes-Barre, PA police looking for missing man – Times Leader – timesleader.com

WILKES-BARRE — Police are looking for a city man after he left his home Saturday and did not return.

According to his wife, following a verbal argument early Saturday morning, Bernard Scott, 41, left his North Main Street home, saying he was going to the store, but did not return.

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