Lauren Ysabel Pena
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Pena, circa 2014
Missing Since 02/11/2014
Missing From Kernville, California
Classification Lost/Injured Missing
Sex Female
Race Hispanic
Date of Birth 02/13/1982 (38)
Age 29 years old
Height and Weight 5'7, 110 pounds Clothing/Jewelry Description Light purple clothes. Carrying a small backpack.
Distinguishing Characteristics Hispanic female. Brown hair, brown eyes.
Details of Disappearance Pena was last seen in Kernville, California on February 11, 2014. She has never been heard from again. On February 17, her car was found abandoned in the parking lot of McNally's Fairview Lodge near the Kern River, north of Bakersfield, California. Witnesses reported that she asked about a specific trailhead in the area. She was carrying a backpack at the time, but didn't have adequate supplies for the terrain she apparently wanted to hike on, and wasn't dressed for the winter weather. An extensive search turned up no sign of her. Her case remains unsolved. Pena is from San Diego, California, and San Diego County police are assisting with the investigation into her disappearance. Tulare County Sheriff's Department 559-733-6218 San Diego County Sheriff's Department 858-974-2143 California Attorney General's Office Facebook P
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