Search For Missing Woman Shifts To Monterey County

The search for a missing Oregon woman has shifted from Santa Cruz County to Monterey County.

Angela Hernandez, 23, traveled south on Highway 1 into Monterey County Friday morning, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.


Her family is offering a $10,000 reward for her safe return home. She was still missing as of Friday night.

Hernandez is driving a white 2011 Jeep Patriot with Oregon plates. A Jeep matching that description was recorded by a surveillance video camera at a gas station in Carmel Highlands, Monterey County Sheriff's Cmdr. John Thornburg said.

Angela Hernandez Facebook / Angela Hernandez
Angela Hernandez

Aerial searches were cancelled for the past two days because of heavy fog, but a search and rescue team was assembled to search between Carmel Highlands and Big Sur Thursday afternoon, Thornburg said.

“So far, there have been no sightings of her,” Thornburg said. "Deputies are looking up and down Highway 1."

Hernandez left home in Portland, Oregon last Wednesday. Her family said she was driving down the coast of California to visit her sister in Lancaster, California.

Angela Hernandez Hernandez Family

"The circumstances surrounding her disappearance is suspicious and the family is desperate for answers," the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office tweeted.

Before her disappearance, Hernandez's family was used to talking with her and texting multiple times a day while she was traveling. But the phone calls and texts suddenly stopped.

Angela Hernandez
Angela Hernandez

The last time anyone heard from Hernandez was July 6, when she sent a text message to her sister saying she was back on the road and heading south. She had spent the previous night sleeping in her car in a Safeway store's parking lot in Half Moon Bay.

She then drove from Half Moon Bay to Davenport, where her phone pinged a cell tower.

"All we know is that the signal finally gave out at 5:07 p.m," said her sister, Isabel Hernandez.

Angela Hernandez could have stopped somewhere along the coast to play her guitar, family members said. They are hoping local residents may have seen her at some point.

Isabel Hernandez wrote on Facebook Thursday, "Day 6. 6 days too long. Today has to be the day I bring my sister home. Angela, please. I need you."

Hernandez's Jeep Facebook
Hernandez’s Jeep


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