The Sutter County Sheriff's Department in a statement released on Saturday said that the family of Alycia Yeoman has opened a "Gofundme" account to add to the FBI reward of $5,000 for information that leads to finding Alycia Leane Yeoman. As of Saturday afternoon, $4,600 had been pledged with a goal of $10,000, according to the site. Other contributions from the family have now raised the total reward amount to $20,000.
On Friday officials with a variety of agencies, including the Sutter County Sheriff's Department and the FBI, held a news conference to issue a statement from Yeoman's family. "We firmly believe in our hearts that Aly is alive and needs our help," the family said in a statement delivered by Gridley-Biggs Police Chief Dean Price. "Please, please bring her home." Yeoman has been missing since Thursday, March 30th with no contact with family and friends.
Alycia Yeoman social media photos courtesy "Gofundme"
Investigators have said that surveillance video from a Live Oak homeowner shows Yeoman's vehicle moving along levee late on the night of March 30th. They have said that the vehicle went down the levee embankment and into the orchard where it became stuck. It was spotted by farm workers on April 3rd. Investigators found a single pair of footprints leading away from the vehicle and Yeoman's cellphone, but there was no sign of her.
KFBK news partner KCRA 3 has reported that several law enforcement sources confirmed Yeoman’s mother received several text messages claiming the 20-year-old was kidnapped.
Police said Yeoman is 5 feet, 4 inches in height, weighs about 115 pounds, she has dark blonde hair, braces on her teeth, a nose ring and a small mole close to her left eye.
If you are interested in contributing to the "Gofundme" account, clink on the following link https://www.gofundme.com/find-alycia-yeoman.