A New Jersey native has been lacking since she walked away this summer season from her Airbnb in California — and now her household is making renewed calls to convey her residence.
Lauren “El” Cho, 30, who had not too long ago moved from the Garden State to the West Coast, was final seen strolling into the hills close to the Airbnb the place she was staying by the Benmar Trail in Yucca Valley round 5 p.m. June 28, SF Gate reported.
“Someone knows something. Maybe someone has seen something, and these pictures will jog their memory,” her sister wrote on the Find Lauren Cho Facebook page.
Cho, who graduated from Hunterdon Central Regional High School in Flemington, had been staying with pals and an ex-boyfriend when she turned upset and left the rental residence with out taking meals, water or her cellphone, Inside Edition reported.
She was reported lacking about three hours later by her ex-boyfriend, who informed authorities she is perhaps in “mental distress,” the outlet reported.
“Just a gentle reminder that El is an actual person who is fiercely loved by many, and we see the posts, comments, and speculations made about her situation, her family, her friends, her mental health,” her sister wrote on the Facebook web page managed by the household.
“One day, El’s [relatives are] bound to come across all of this because nothing on the internet truly goes away. So continue to be respectful, good people. Continue to remember her name and that she hasn’t been found yet and we need her home,” she continued.