Jolissa Fuentes, a missing California lady, has been reported missing, and her parents say they are “heartbroken” by the lack of information on the hunt for their daughter and what seems to be little media coverage of the issue in comparison to other missing people instances.
Police Chief Rudy Alcaraz revealed to Fox News Digital on Friday that they have video of Fuentes driving by herself after the time she was last seen with someone else, contrary to what Selma police had initially claimed. Fuentes, 22, was last seen on August 7 at an AM/PM gas station in Selma, California, around 4 a.m., according to Selma police.
“We picked her up on camera after that. However, we’re not going to relinquish that information, as we…have to kind of consider all avenues,” he said. “Right now, there’s nothing that is insinuating foul play, but, again, we don’t have much information.”
Together with the Fresno Sheriff’s Office, the Selma Police Department is utilising some of their tools, including helicopters, to help with their search. The family of Alcaraz and Fuentes claims that federal law enforcement agents are also involved. However, in the two weeks since the 22-year-old went missing, they haven’t had any concrete information concerning her whereabouts.
In the meantime, Jolissa’s parents, Norma Nunez and Joey Fuentes, get up every morning to carry out their own searches for their daughter. They post fliers and inquire with locals if anyone has security cameras they can check. In a prior interview with Fox News Digital, they expressed their suspicion that Jolissa was abducted against her will.
Nunez added over the phone as she and her husband were aggressively looking for their daughter, “They don’t come back till dark.”
“The family’s done a wonderful job of putting information out about Jolissa. We are working with all of our state, local and federal agencies to try to get the best information and have done pretty much everything we can think of or has been suggested to us…to try and find Jolissa. We’re just hoping for more information that will lead us to her,” he said.