ROSEVILLE — Loved ones are still holding out hope that a Northern California woman will be found more than two months after her disappearance.
Family members say 59-year-old Susan Jacobson of Roseville remains missing after she was last seen early May 1 when she told her husband that she was going grocery shopping and run some errands.
Roseville Police say Jacobson’s car was found with the doors unlocked in an area parking lot with her purse inside. Her wallet, minus cash and credit cards, was found by a jogger on a nearby sidewalk and turned in at a coffee shop.
Police say they’ve scaled down its investigation to one officer and don’t have many fresh leads.
Jacobson’s family has hired a private investigator to help search and drum up any new leads.