UPDATE: The Madera county sheriff’s department say that Yesenia Toledo was located alive and well at approximately 11:30pm on 2/15/19 in the city of Madera.
The Madera County Sheriff’s Office said they would like to thank the public for their assistance and widespread sharing of information to bring attention to this case.
Additional details emerge in the disappearance of a 29-year-old Madera woman who went missing on Feb. 14.
Yesenia Toledo was reported missing by her boyfriend on Valentine’s Day, saying she was last seen at the home she shares with him and their two children on North Lake Street.
Her boyfriend tells police he left their home with one of their children for a short period of time. When he returned, he saw their four-month-old home alone, with Yesenia no where to be found.
Investigators are unsure of her mode of transportation, as her car is still in the driveway. She also is said to not have taken clothes or personal items with her.
“Due to various factors, including the length of time she may have been missing, Madera County Sheriff’s detectives have been actively searching the area for any surveillance footage that may contain evidence to assist with this case. We ask residents in the area to review any footage they may have for possible suspicious activity,” the sheriff’s office said in a news release.
Yesinia is described as a Hispanic female adult, five feet tall, 140 pounds with medium length black hair, and no tattoos.
She was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt, black pants and black shoes.
Anyone in the area of her residence with surveillance footage, or individuals with information regarding her condition or whereabouts to contact the Madera County Sheriff’s Office at 559-675-7770.
And if you see Yesenia, call 911.