TRUCKEE, Calif. (KTXL) — Northern California law enforcement is asking all teenagers and adults who attended a Friday night party at the Prosser Family Campground to share any photos, videos, or information that may help in the investigation to find Kiely Rodni.

“We are not investigating their conduct that night,” Sgt. Scott Alford, Placer County Sheriff’s said at a Tuesday news conference. “If you want to report anonymously if you heard information from a friend and that person doesn’t want to come forward, please come forward on behalf of your friend and tell us that information. We are not investigating you, we are partnering with you to receive any information to help find Kiely.”

Kiely Rodni has been missing since Saturday, Aug. 6, 2022. She was last seen at 12:30 a.m. and had attended a party with over 100 minors and young adults in attendance.

Authorities said that Rodni’s cell phone was last registered 12:33 a.m. Saturday. They also said that she was recorded on surveillance video at a store on Friday around 6 p.m. prior to attending the party.

According to authorities that spoke at a Wednesday afternoon news conference, Rodni was last seen wearing a black body suit, green Dickies pants with a black studded belt, and black Vans shoes. Rodni was also loaned a black hoodie the day of her disappearance and it is believed to have been in her possession the night she disappeared.

A still from surveillance footage showing Rodni around 6 p.m. on Friday at a store near Truckee.

In the same news conference, authorities said that they have collected information from local businesses, gas stations, and Ring cameras.

The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office created a map tool for people in the community searching for Rodni to track the area where they have searched. Community members can log their search on their own and then it will be shared with the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office.

Detectives are asking for any information that may provide clues and that no information is too small.

When asked if any of the tips provided included information about Rodni as she left the party, authorities said no.

Officials reiterated that anyone with information, no matter how small, should contact the authorities.

On Tuesday, Captain Troy Minton-Sander of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said, “If you have to ask yourself whether or not you should share some information, you’ve already answered the question. No piece of information is too small.”

The sheriff’s office established a tip line dedicated to the search for Rodni: 530-581-6320 option 7. Callers can remain anonymous. 

According to the website, info can be emailed at The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children also has a 24-hour hotline: 1-800-843-5678.