Police on Sunday said they have no new leads on the whereabouts of a Florian Tria, a volleyball coach at Christian Brothers High School who was dropped off by a driver near her Curtis Park home Wednesday evening and has not been seen since.
“We are asking for the public’s help if they know anything about Flo, or if they have been in contact with her, to contact us,” Sacramento Police spokeswoman Michelle Gigante said.
Gigante said police are looking into all possibilities.
“We are keeping on open mind if it is foul play or something other than that,” Gigante said. “We are looking into all possibilities at this point. We feel it is odd that a family member would possibly just leave and not communicate with loved ones.”
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Tria’s husband, Joe Broadhead, told The Bee he believes Tria would not disappear of her own free will, and that she was looking forward to a visit Friday from her son who is attending college in Texas.
The family also was planning to go to the annual Holy Bowl football game featuring Christian Brothers and Jesuit High School on Saturday night.
Broadhead said police told him that Tria’s cell phone records showed heavy activity after she was dropped off Wednesday, then showed she was in Reno and then in Dorris, on the California-Oregon border. Broadhead said his wife does not know anyone in those areas.
Tria is described as 5 feet tall and 140 pounds. She was last seen wearing black capri pants and a Christian Brothers T-shirt.
People with information about her whereabouts can call the Sacramento Police Department at (916) 264-5471.