The household of a missing Reno woman who vanished final month throughout a visit to a nationwide forest in Northern California is taking to social media to plead for help in finding her.
Courtney Bryan, a 32-year-old resident of Reno, Nev., was reported missing by her household after she by no means returned from a visit to Hunt Hot Springs within the Shasta-Trinity National Forest in Redding, Calif., the Reno Police Department mentioned in a news launch. Bryan was touring along with her canine Booch, a black-and-white border collie combine, in a purple 2004 Subaru Outback.
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Bryan’s sister, Katana Curven, took to TikTok to unfold consciousness about her sister’s disappearance and ask for help to find her.
“Hey TikTok, I need you guys to do your thing, please. My sister is missing, her name is Courtney Bryan,” Curven mentioned within the video.
Curven mentioned that her sister was final seen in an Instagram photograph posted on Sept. 23, displaying her sitting within the waters on the Hunt Hot Springs. She mentioned there have been no calls or texts from her sister’s cellphone because the photograph was taken.
Bryan labored at Patagonia, an organization that sells out of doors clothes and equipment. The firm additionally took to social media on Wednesday, posting a tweet to ask for help in finding Bryan.
Fox News reached out to Patagonia however didn’t instantly hear again.
Curven advised NBC’s “Dateline” that her sister was supposed to return from her journey on Sept. 27.
“She left her cat here at her apartment, so I know she was planning on coming back,” Curven mentioned. “She loved her animals. And her plants. And would never leave them like this.”
Curven advised the outlet that she determined to unfold the news about her sister on TikTok as a result of social media has helped in different missing individuals instances and he or she hoped it might do the identical for her sister.
Reno police are main the investigation and are working with numerous companies in Shasta County, Calif., to find Bryan.
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