LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Investigators Tuesday were searching for a 28-year-old Burbank woman who went missing in the Hollywood Hills.
Laura Lynne Stacy was last seen Sunday, Jan. 22, in the 3600 block of Barham Boulevard, two blocks south of Forest Lawn Drive, driving a 2005 black Acura TL, with a Colorado license plate number of 597WFD, the Los Angeles Police Department reported.
Her parents told CBS2 her phone was found in Golden Valley Park in Santa Clarita by a woman who then contacted the family. They in turn called Los Angeles police.
“Somebody had picked up her phone, found her phone in this park,” Laura’s father Steve Stacy said.
The Stacys traveled to L.A. from their home in Colorado and spent Tuesday posting fliers around Golden Valley Park and searching for clues.
“We’ve just been walking around, there’s a lot of canyons,” Laura’s mother Marcie Stacy said.
Her family says her card was used at an area Wendy’s restaurant, but it was not clear if she herself had used the card there.
“We started looking at where her credit card was being spent,” Steve said.
Laura had just moved to Burbank from Denver two months ago, her family said. She had just landed a job doing art and photography. Stacy resided in an apartment on Barham Boulevard with a female roommate.
“It’s a nightmare, like I want to be woken up from the nightmare,” Marcie said.
Laura is described as white, 5-foot-8, with blond hair and blue eyes weighing approximately 130 pounds.
“Nothing seemed to be odd, we just don’t know,” Steve said.
The LAPD’s Missing Person’s Unit asked anyone with any information regarding Stacy’s whereabouts to call them at 213-996-1800.
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