Enthusiasts A road trip with no return: the worrying disappearance of a woman in California

15:30  24 september  2020
15:30  24 september  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

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An American mother has been missing for three months in California.

  Un road trip sans retour : l’inquiétante disparition d’une femme en Californie © DR

When she left, Erika Lloyd announced that she wanted to be a little alone, for a road trip in Joshua Tree National Park, California. But the mother never came home. The 37-year-old woman was reported missing on June 17 by her relatives after they failed to contact her for two days. The last person to see her is her roommate in Walnut Creek. She had explained to him that she was going to meet people in Joshua Tree. But the magazine " People ", which reports on the case, says the police were never able to verify if they had indeed an appointment with these people. The search simply found his belongings, near his car, including his camping gear, outside the park.

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According to her family, Erika Lloyd just wanted some fresh air during the pandemic, in order to think. A small business owner, she apparently struggled to make ends meet due to virus restrictions. She was also tired of her role as a single mother. Police, at this time, do not believe Erika may have been the victim of a crime. A track that is not, however, completely excluded by those close to him. "She looked like she was fine. Being in confinement for almost three months, not being able to work, she was trying to home school her son. It was all difficult, all this pressure, ”her mother commented.

A witness crossed her path

Only one person seems to have crossed the path of the young woman. Martin Cox, who owns a house in the desert, says he saw a woman matching his description west of the national park three days after she went missing. “It was rather strange,” he commented to “People”. "She was just looking west. She had no purse or luggage. ... There was no one around and she was unmarked on the body - no bruises, no scratches. " After seeing his report, he immediately phoned the police on his way home. Anyone with information about him is also called upon to contact the authorities.

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