Police ask for public’s help in finding missing woman

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Police asked for the public's help Monday in the search
for a 23-year-old San Diego woman who has been missing since she was supposed
travel to a job interview in Sherman Oaks around one month ago.

Grace Anne Hall, who may be suffering from a medical condition, was last
seen driving a silver gray Toyota Camry around 8 p.m. on March 20 in the area
of 9100 Rebecca Avenue in Serra Mesa, according to a San Diego police

She was supposed to travel to “an unknown home” in Sherman Oaks for a
job interview, the statement said. Her credit card was used in Mira Mesa but
has not been used since March 27, police said.

Hall is white, 5 feet 7, 150 pounds, with blonde hair, hazel eyes and
tattoos on her back. She drives a 1997 four-door Camry, California license
plate No. 5FSY667.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts was urged to contact San
Diego police Detective Mo Parga at (619) 531-2277 or the San Diego police
general number at (619) 531-2000.

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