MISSING: Woman's disappearance is "suspicious in nature"

Courtesy: Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office

UPDATE (11:45 a.m.) -

New details have been released regarding the disappearance of Dunsmuir woman, Rosemarie "Marie" McNeal, by the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office. According to authorities, she was last seen walking in the Maple Street area of the Carrick Edition, outside of Weed, California.

McNeal is described as a white female adult, with long, dark brown hair, and brown eyes. She is 5’5” in height and weighs 120 to 135 pounds. She was last seen wearing a black-colored jacket, blue jeans, and black boots.

SCSO patrol deputies, supervisor, and detectives of the Major Crimes Unit have been investigating her disappearance and have reason to believe McNeal may be endangered. “We are very concerned about Marie’s welfare, based on the duration of his absence and the fact there are some suspicious circumstances surrounding her disappearance," said Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey. "Our detectives, deputies, and SAR personnel are working hard to locate her but we need anyone with information about Marie’s whereabouts to contact the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office 24-hour Dispatch Center at (530) 841-2900.”

A dark blue mini-van with Oregon license plates was located in the Carrick Edition and may be associated with McNeal or someone she knows.

ORIGINAL (8:04 a.m.) -

Since Friday, Rosemarie McNeal has been missing out of the Carrick, Calif. area which is near Weed.

She was last seen at a residence in the area on Maple Street in Carrick.

According to the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office, McNeal's "disappearance is suspicious in nature and she may be endangered."

If you have any information on McNeal's whereabouts, contact the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office immediately.

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