Sunday, February 28, 2010

RANCHO BERNARDO - SAR - MISSING PERSON

Missing: Chelsea King, 17 year old female student - $5,000 reward 

Description: Chelsea is white, 5 feet 5 inches tall and 115 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes. 

 
































 HAVE YOU SEEN ME, CHELSEA KING?
Where: ."The Sheriff's Department and search and rescue teams are concentrating in the same area they have been," Caldwell said. "They haven't stopped. They've been here (searching) the entire time."
Search teams including helicopters and divers Saturday combed a large area in and around Lake Hodges.

 Last seen Info:Chelsea hasn't been seen since she left the school Thursday afternoon for a run on the trails around Lake Hodges at Rancho Bernardo Community Park, The hiking trails where Chelsea disappeared have been closed to the public since the search began..She routinely ran four to six miles along the web of trails on the southern shores of Lake Hodges. Her car, a black BMW, found in the community center parking lot on West Bernardo Drive after school Thursday parked in preparation for her run, said Caldwell, the sheriff's spokeswoman. She did not return to her locked car, Caldwell said.
Volunteers can begin registering at 9 a.m. and throughout the afternoon Sunday at the Rancho Bernardo United Fire Recover Center, 11858 Rancho Bernardo Court in Rancho Bernardo.
Those interested in volunteering with the group can call 858-485-8502.
Reward: The Deputy Sheriff's Association of San Diego County announced Saturday that it is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to Chelsea's whereabouts. The 2,100-member group is headquartered near Poway High School.
SAR: a volunteer group based in Texas, the Laura Recovery Center, has set up the Chelsea King Search Center at 11858 Bernardo Plaza Drive. The Laura Recovery Center describes itself as a group that works to "prevent abductions and runaways and to recover missing children by fostering a triangle of trust among law enforcement, community and missing child's family."
Hundreds of volunteer searchers, limited to those age 18 and above with valid identification, were dispatched to sites around North County on Saturday. The effort was coordinated with the Sheriff's Department.
Volunteers stood in line waiting to be assigned a search location.
Anyone with information is urged to call the Sheriff's Department at 858-565-5200.

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