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Chairo Garibay Missing Since December 11

Chairo Garibay, 20-year-old Olivehurst woman has been missing since Sunday, December 11. Garibay

Yuba County Undersheriff Steve Durfor said Chairo Garibay told her parents she would meet them at church that morning, but never showed up. The family’s Toyota Camry was found at about 9 a.m. that morning partly submerged in the Bear River.

Officials have now said Garibay was wearing a black, long-sleeved zippered shirt, blue jeans and brown cowboy boots when she left, according to an update ‘missing person’ flier. The boots were calf-length, with gathered sides, pointed toes and wooden heels. Garibay also wore a gold and cubic zirconia ring on her left ring finger.


  • 5-feet-1–inch
  • 135 pounds
  • brown hair
  • brown eyes
  • no scars or tattoos.

Anyone who has information about Garibay’s whereabouts can call the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department at (530) 749-7777.

Missing Yuba County Woman’s Clothing Described

Garibay Ferreyra was reported missing by her parents when she failed to meet them at church on the morning of December 11. Her purse and identification were found in the family home. Her bedroom window was open and the family’s Toyota was gone. The vehicle was found partially submerged in the Bear River that same day.

Searchers Comb Ground in Linda in Effort to Find Garibay Ferreyra

Video of Search

They are out again today on horseback and quads looking for some sign of Chairo Garibay Ferreyra.

The search teams have been concentrating on the area around the Star Bend Boat Launching Ramp, which is located off Feather River Boulevard in Linda.

On Wednesday searchers went over open fields and a construction site near Garibay Ferreyra’s home looking for any clue to her whereabouts.

Missing Olivehurst Woman’s Family Car Found

Forced entry into Garibay house being investigated

Initially, there were no signs of forced entry detected in the house, but deputies learned that one of the home’s rear window was slightly ajar and a window screen was on the ground, Durfor said.

“The family did not believe that window was in that condition prior to that morning (she disappeared),” he said.

Deputies are trying to determine what relevance the window’s condition has in the woman’s disappearance, Durfor said.

Deputies say that Chairo’s parents arrived home later to find the family vehicle missing, only to learn that the vehicle had been discovered only a half an hour earlier, submerged in the Bear River.

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