SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- South Lake Tahoe Police are actively searching for a missing woman that has been reported missing twice.
According to the South Lake Tahoe Police, 47-year-old Camilyn Kay Price-Miller was reported missing by her husband, Jeffrey Miller, on Thursday. She had been "missing for several days". Upon investigation, police found that the adult daughter of Price-Miller, who lives in Kitsap County Washington, had already reported her mother missing to her local Sheriff’s Department on Monday.
Additional information has arisen during the preliminary investigation which has generated concern for the location and well-being of Camilyn Kay Price-Miller. However, due to the active and rapidly unfolding nature of this case, South Lake Tahoe Police are withholding specific information regarding these circumstances from public release.
The photograph of the Toyota 4-Runner is similar to the victim’s vehicle. The actual missing vehicle displays a California license plate of 5ADM509. It also has two stickers affixed to the rear bumper. One reads “Keep Tahoe Blue” and the other “Keep Tahoe Kind”. Affixed to the rear window is a sticker which displays the letters “LT”.
The SLTPD is being assisted in this effort by several local agencies, including personnel from the offices of the El Dorado County Sheriff and District Attorney, the El Dorado County Search and Rescue unit, the SLEDNET task force and the U.S. Forest Service. The police are also requesting the assistance of our public to call 911, if they have information as to the whereabouts of Camilyn Kay Miller-Price or her vehicle.