Santa Clarita teen Sarah Alarid vanished after attending a New Year's partyÂ—much like the case of another missing California woman named Alyssa Byrne. Friends who were with the missing woman the night of the part say that nothing was out of the ordinary, that she was behaving normallyÂ—so there are definitely a lot of heads being scratched over the course of the search for her.
She was last seen on New Year's Eve, but wasn't reported missing until the 2nd of January by her family. This left two days for anything to have happened to the missing woman. But what?
Is Sarah Alarid missing on her own after partying hard for the New Year, perhaps unaware of the news coverage her case is attracting? Or could she have fallen victim to some kind of misfortune? Hopefully this case ends well, and she finds her way home. Unfortunately it's hard to feel positive when this is the second missing woman of the same age to vanish from California over the New Year's celebrations. Like Alyssa Byrne, Sarah remains missing with very little evidence leading to any positive news.
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