A Canadian mother and her 10-year-old daughter have gone missing after landing at San Francisco airport on Saturday, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Deputies said.
29-year-old Audrey Rodrigue and her daughter Emily came to California to camp at various places throughout the state. They rented a car at the airport, checked into the Vagabond Hotel in Burlingame, and then checked out at noon on Sunday.
Audrey sent her boyfriend, who was still in Canada, a text message but could not contact her after getting the text. Deputies believe Audrey and Emily were going to the Pigeon Point Hotel in Pescadero but never got there.
Audrey’s boyfriend reported the two missing on Sunday. She had a reservation for the Fish Lake Campgrounds in the Six Rivers National Forest in Orleans, California on Aug. 28.
“US Forrest Service Rangers checked the camp area for Audrey and Emily showing photos of them to other campers and staff. Both park staff and other campers thought they saw Audrey and Emily there, but they left without knowing the Park Ranger’s came looking for them,” deputies said in a press release.
Deputies believe they stopped at free campsites along the coast. Neighbors and camp staff say the two appeared to be happy and not in distress.
Audrey has blonde hair and blue eyes. Emily has the same.
They were driving a dark gray 2018 Ford Focus with the California license plate No. 8DIN900.
If you have any information, you are asked to call authorities at 650-363-4192.
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