Vigils held for missing North Dakota native
BISMARCK, N.D.—It's been more than two weeks since North Dakota native Julia Jacobson went missing from her San Diego home.
Sunday, friends and family across the country, and in our region, are holding a vigil in hopes that Jacobson will be found.
People bowed their heads and said prayers in both North Dakota and California.
Julia Jacobson, a retired Army Captain, was last seen on Sept. 2, two hours from her home.
Her family began to worry when she missed her daily phone call to her father.
The company car Jacobson was driving was found unlocked with windows partially rolled down several blocks from her apartment in San Diego.
She was last spotted on security video from a convenience store in Ontario, California on Sept. 2nd.
She is described as tall, 5' 7", weighing 150 lbs with blonde hair and brown eyes.
If you have any information regarding her whereabouts you are asked to call the San Diego Police Department's Missing Person's Unit.