A woman vanished from a resort in the California desert in June and hasn’t been seen since

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The cross-country trip came at just the right time, friends say, because the pandemic was wearing off on it. The change of scenery was fascinating and the 30-year-old was excited about the opportunity to work as a pastry chef. Her Instagram page is full of her baked creations.

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Cho, whom friends call ‘L’, was staying at an Airbnb home in Yucca Valley, a two-hour drive from Los Angeles and about 12 miles from Joshua Tree National Park, when she disappeared in late June. Was.

Since then he has not been seen or heard from.

National attention to other missing persons cases has renewed interest in the mystery surrounding his disappearance and the search has intensified.
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Family and friends want answers. A spokesman for the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department told Granthshala it had made several searches over the past three months. Yet, despite renewed interest in his case, they haven’t found any solid new leads. Here’s what we know.

Investigation

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The sheriff’s department said Cho’s ex-boyfriend reported her missing on June 28, about three hours after she went missing.

She was staying at home in Yucca Valley with friends including her ex-boyfriend. According to the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department, friends reported that she “was upset and probably left the resort, leaving behind her personal belongings.”

Cho is described as 5 feet 3 inches tall, weighs 110 pounds, has black hair and brown eyes. When she left the house, she was wearing a yellow T-shirt and jeans shorts.

As the sheriff’s department and volunteers scoured the area, so did Cho’s friends.

A friend, Jeff Frost, said, “We’ve walked thousands of miles and tirelessly went to gas stations and chipped passengers in the low desert, the high desert.” “We went out to San Diego because she said in the week before she disappeared that she wanted to go to the beach.”

Investigators say the ex-boyfriend “indicated that she was suffering from mental distress.”

Although the family told Granthshala they have no official statement, they have made a facebook page For posting updates on the investigation and raising awareness. The page also asks the public to avoid speculation about the case and the mental health of Cho at the time of his disappearance.
In recent weeks, law enforcement has come under scrutiny for extensive resources used to search for Gabby Petito and her fiancé Brian Laundry. Cho was among several others who went missing this summer. But Cho’s family posted a statement in mid-September, saying matters were different.

“We feel that on the surface, there are some similarities in the public information for both cases. We understand the frustration expressed by many of you about how and why some cases receive national coverage.

Ultimately, these two cases are not the same and the difference is deeper than the public eye.”

Who is he?

Cho’s sister told Granthshala that Cho is a “dynamic, cracker of a man who is ‘creative’ and ‘fun.

“She’s super caring, very loving and a really loyal and good friend,” said her friend Len Gerardi.

Before moving to California, Cho worked at Gherardi’s tattoo studio in Flemington, New Jersey.

“The plan was that I was going to teach her how to pierce, so she was my apprentice,” Gherardi said.

It’s been three months since I’ve heard from Cho, and the family just wants information about the whereabouts. they continue to post on facebook page at least once a week.
“L is many things… a talented musician, an incredible baker, a hilarious and loyal friend, an oddly intuitive gift-giver, and probably the best sister one could hope for. But this is where L. really shines: as an aunt,” said the family facebook post last month.

Granthshala’s Stephanie Baker contributed to this report.

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