‘Gut Feeling’ Fueling Frantic Search for Missing Roseville Woman
The nightmare for Gloria and Gary Figueroa started four days ago when they say their sister – 58-year-old Cynthia Figueroa, better known as Cindy – drove out of her driveway and vanished.
“It’s like Cindy has disappeared off the face of the earth … She took no bags with her,” Gloria said.
Gloria is scared. She says Cindy was clean, organized and responsible almost to a fault.
And when Cindy vanished, the front door was unlocked – her keys were thrown against the wall.
“I tried the door and it opened and i had this dark feeling that came over me that something is not right,” Gloria said.
Cindy was last seen driving her 2005 silver Volvo S-60 with a California license plate 5LCE011. So far, police have little to nothing to go on.
In the past four days there has been no cell phone or credit card use by Cindy. Her family is desperate for answers.
“If anyone out there has seen our sister, please let her go if you have her. Cindy, if you see this… Cindy come home. If there is something bothering you, tell us,” Gloria said.
If you have seen Cindy Figueroa or know about her disappearance you are urged to call Roseville Police.