Search for missing woman, son expands to Sacramento
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Heather Till and her son should call Marysville police at 749-3900.
The search continues for a Marysville woman and her 21-month-old son.
Heather Till, who police said is deaf and "has the mental capacity of a 6-year-old," was last seen Wednesday in Marysville, police said in a statement.
Police Sgt. Chris Sachs said officers received word Saturday that Till may be in Sacramento with family, but investigators have been unable to confirm whether Till and her child are safe.
Sachs said Till may have been spotted Wednesday by at least one person who said Till appeared to be lost and was trying to contact her mother who apparently lives in Sacramento.
"We hope her mother picked her up, but we're still trying to locate the family," Sachs said.
The 35-year-old Marysville woman has no cellphone, police said.
Till moved to Yuba County from Sacramento about 10 months ago with her son, Rylie Andrew Till. She has no family in the area and lives with a married couple in Marysville.
She was last seen around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday leaving her home at 623 F Street in Marysville.
Police believe Till planned to take a bus to the Social Security office in Yuba City.
She was last seen wearing a black leather jacket and pushing her son is a double stroller.
Till is five-foot, four-inches tall, weighs 180 pounds and has blue eyes, brown shoulder-length hair and wears glasses.