Colusa police looking for missing woman
Colusa police are searching for a Colusa woman who has been missing since Sunday.
C.B. "Connie" Johnson, 51, did not show up for her post office job all week, and the Colusa Police Department did a welfare check at Johnson's residence, Sgt. Eldon Tamez said Thursday.
Officers did not find Johnson at home.
"There was nothing to indicate any kind of foul play (at the house)," Tamez said. He added that Johnson's keys, wallet and phone were found at the residence. Police have twice visited the residence.
"She works at the post office. She is never late and never misses work," Johnson's niece Darcy Olivares said Thursday in front of the Police Department.
Olivares, Johnson's sister Vita Talamontez, and two other women close to Johnson were posting missing persons fliers around town.
"Her wallet, cellphone and keys were all inside her house," Olivares said. "We heard this morning that she was seen leaving Rocco's Bar with some guy, who came back alone."
Police officers were looking into that lead on Thursday. Tamez confirmed that Johnson has been added to both the state and the national missing person's databases.
CONTACT reporter Brian Pearson at 713-9519.
C.B. "Connie" Johnson
Missing since Sunday
Height: 5 foot 2.
Weight: 115 pounds.
Anyone with information is urged to call Colusa Police Department at 458 -7777.