Search For Missing Woman From San Diego
Posted by Nedda Alishahi on Apr 19, 2013 - 11:41:33 AM
Grace Anne Hall, Courtesy of San Diego Police Department
SHERMAN OAKS—Officials are asking for the public’s help in finding a San Diego woman who went missing on her way to a job interview in Sherman Oaks, CA. Grace Anne Hall, 23, was last seen on March 20 around 8 p.m. driving a four door, silver-gray 1997 Toyota Camry near Rebecca Avenue in Serra Mesa. Officials believe she may also be suffering from an undisclosed medical condition.
A statement released by police officials says that Hall was traveling to an unknown home in Sherman Oaks for a job interview, but was never reported to have arrived. The last time her credit card was used was on March 27 in San Diego suburb, Mira Mesa. Hall is 5’ 7", approximately 150 lbs with blonde hair, hazel eyes, and tattoos on her back.The license plate number on Hall’s vehicle was also released to the public and is 5FSY667.
On Thursday April 18, police released an update to the public that they have found the vehicle registered to Hall with a body inside. The body has not been identified as of yet and police officials are still looking for Hall.
Police ask anyone with any leads to Hall’s disappearance to contact the San Diego Police Department at (619) 531-2000.
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