Sharon Chipman: Missing from San Diego Found

11/27/13 – It was also posted on her dad’s Facebook page that she has been found.

Sharon Chipman, 35, from San Diego has been missing since Oct. 10.  She was last seen at her group home in Paradise Hills and was reported missing by her grandmother on Oct. 12.

She left behind a cryptic note that said, “Leaving everything behind, Jesus told me to,” said Shari’s brother David Chipman from Texas.

Deputies for the San Diego Sheriff’s Department  talked to Shari at the Jack in the Box on Jamacha Road and Sweetwater Road on Oct. 11.  They determined she did not appear to be a danger to herself or others and was released at the scene.  The missing person report had not been made yet.

It is known that Shari did a banking transaction in Spring Valley on Oct. 11 and her bike was found locked to a bike rack at a McDonald’s near Sweetwater Road and Jamacha Blvd. on Oct. 18.

David, who along with his father, Steve Chipman came from Texas to San Diego to hand out flyers, and he wanted Shari to know that she has a family that loves her and wants her back.  He said there has been sightings of Shari on the Ocean Beach pier on Saturday night, and in Lemon Grove and Spring Valley.  Because Shari has not taken her medication, she may be showing signs of erratic and flamboyant nature.

“The family wants to resolve the situation. If she is depressed, if she needs a cell phone, we will do anything we can to make her transition easier,” said David. “We are hear to help her and she can call her grandma’s house and her family is waiting for her.”

The authorities are asking for the public’s help in locating Shari.   Sharon is 5’10” tall, 165 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.  She was last seen wearing a white top and black pants.  If you have any information on her whereabouts, please call the San Diego Police Dept. at 619-531-2000.

 

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