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Mom, daughter go missing on camping trip to California – East Bay Times

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SAN MATEO COUNTY — Authorities are asking for the public’s help in finding a mother and daughter who haven’t been heard from since they flew to California from Canada to camp along the coast.

Audrey Rodrigue, 29, and Emily Rodrigue, 10, arrived at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, rented a dark gray 2018 Ford Focus and stayed the night at the Vagabond Inn in Burlingame, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. They checked out the following day and were believed to be headed to a hotel at Pigeon Point but never arrived.

The sheriff’s office said Audrey texted her boyfriend in Canada on Sunday, but he was unable to get in touch with her. He reported the mother and daughter missing on Monday.

The pair was possibly spotted at Fish Lake Campground in the Six Rivers National Forest in Orleans according to the sheriff’s office. They had a reservation there Monday. Campground staff and visitors told U.S. Forest Service rangers who came looking for the mother and daughter that they appeared happy and not in distress.

The sheriff’s office said the pair might have stopped at free camp sites along the coast.

Both were described as having blonde hair and blue eyes. The license plate number of their rental car is 8DIN900.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Audrey and Emily Rodrigue or their vehicle can call 911 or contact San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Detective Joseph Fava at 650-363-4192.

Check back for updates.

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