ROSEVILLE, CA - A Roseville woman remains missing after nearly a week and detectives are asking for anyone who was in the parking lot where her car was found to contact them.
The husband of 59-year-old Susan M. Jacobson reported she didn't return to their Sun City Roseville home last Wednesday night after she left early that morning to go grocery shopping and run errands.
Jacobson's dark blue Honda Civic was found in the Raley's parking lot at the corner of Pleasant Grove Boulevard and Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard but there was no sign of her. Jacobson's wallet was turned into a Starbucks in the shopping center that Wednesday morning by a woman who said she found it in the parking lot.
The missing woman's husband told police his wife didn't socialize much and was a stay-at-home person so her disappearance was out of character.
Now police ask for anyone who was at the Raley's parking lot on Pleasant Grove and Woodcreek Oaks or drove by it and saw something between the hours of 4 a.m. and noon, May 1, to call them. That includes anyone shopping, making a delivery, picking up dry cleaning, going to the an ATM or bank in the shopping center. Police spokesperson Dee Dee Gunther said there is a new tipline number to call: (916) 774-5080.
Jacobson was described as white woman, 4 feet 11 inches tall, weighing about 90 pounds, with brown, shoulder-length hair. When last seen, she wore a dark gray sweatshirt and light gray sweatpants.
Sunday, nearly 200 law enforcement and volunteers searched behind Mahany Park on Pleasant Grove Boulevard and the Sun City Roseville golf course area for Jacobson.