The Mystery of What Happened to Alycia Yeoman Grows as Police Find Her Cellphone and Abandoned Truck

(Photo: Alycia Yeoman via Facebook)

The Mystery of What Happened to Alycia Yeoman Grows as Police Find Her Cellphone and Abandoned Truck

The 20-year-old's friends and family are terrified about what could have happened to her.

Published April 5, 2017

Police in Sutter County, California, are desperately searching for any information into the disappearance of a 20-year-old college student. On Saturday, Yuba College student Alycia Yeoman was last seen leaving a friend’s house.

Two days later, her abandoned pickup truck and cellphone were found in a muddy orchard area. A witness last saw Yeoman driving down Romero Street in Yuba City, police said.

According to Gridley-Biggs Police, Yeoman’s 1998 Toyota Tacoma was found unoccupied with footprints leading away from the vehicle. Her cellphone was found in the same general area.

Yeoman’s cellphone is now being investigated for any possible information into her disappearance, reported Fox 40.

As of now, investigators do not believe there is substantial evidence of foul play.

Police spoke to Yeoman's ex-boyfriend, Leo Almonte, who said the couple was getting back together and planned on going public just before she went missing. Almonte believes that if she was drinking the night she went missing, she was probably driving down back roads to avoid police on main roads.

"Everybody just loves her, and I don't see anybody harming her," Almonte told Fox 40. 

Additionally, Yeoman did not show up to either of her shifts at Starbucks and McDonald's last week.

"No one has heard from her," Christa Mills, a co-worker, told KHSL-TV. "It's just really worrying and it's not like Aly at all."

 

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: Alycia Yeoman via Facebook)

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