ROSEVILLE, CA - Roseville police investigating the disappearance of Susan Jacobson have found and spoken to a jogger who turned in the missing woman's wallet.
Jacobson's dark blue Honda Civic was found in the Raley's parking lot at the corner of Pleasant Grove Boulevard and Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard Wednesday night but there was no sign of her, said Roseville Police Department spokesperson Dee Dee Gunther.
According to Jacobson's husband, his wife left their Sun City Roseville home Wednesday morning to go grocery shopping and run other errands, Gunther said.
About 8 that morning, a woman brought Jacobson's wallet to the Starbucks coffee shop in the same Raley's shopping center, saying she found it in the parking lot. Gunther said after a public plea for information about the good Samaritan, investigators identified and spoke with her Friday afternoon. Gunther had no other information about what the woman told detectives.