Investigators Have Car Possibly Connected to Disappearance of Missing Teen Sierra LaMar
The sheriff's office would not say when or where the vehicle was found, or the circumstances that led to its discovery.
"It's still an open investigation," Sgt. Jose Cardoza said. "They don't want to compromise the investigation."
Investigators are still asking to speak with anyone who may have seen the VW Jetta, which is distinctive because it has black hood, or had contact with the occupants in the car in southern Santa Clara County around the time Sierra disappeared on the morning of March 16. She was last seen at her home in unincorporated Morgan Hill, located near Palm and Dougherty avenues.
"They need information from people who saw it just before, during or after," Cardoza said. "They need people to come forward."
The sheriff's office on Monday put out a press release asking for the public's help "with any information associated to the vehicle" and put out a generic photo.
On Tuesday the sheriff's office released photos of the actual car they believe is associated to the girl's disappearance.
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[Source: Mercury News By Mark Gomez]