UPDATE 12/5/17 – The body of Lisa Harvey is believed to have been found. The Kern County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue team recovered a white Toyota Solara from the Kern River on Saturday. KCSO says the vehicle belongs to Lisa Harvey.KCSO says there was a single person inside, who was seat belted into the front driver seat. The body was too decomposed to identify the gender at the scene.
The Help Find Lisa Gail Havey Facebook page stated: “After all the talking (writing) I’ve done over the last seven+ months now I don’t even have any words to say other than to thank everyone for their support to find Lisa. We want to thank the efforts today of the Kern County Sheriffs Department, Kern Valley Search and Rescue, CalTrans, CHP, and the countless others that assisted today. Thank you for your kindness and compassion in helping Lisa’s family be able to lay her to rest.”
Previous story: Lisa Gail Harvey, 51, has been missing from Palmdale, Calif. since April 29, 2017. Lisa was driving to Tulare County to Lake Isabella when she was last seen, according to a sheriff’s report. The family has stated that Lisa got lost and called the family for directions. The last thing she said was she was going south to find the exit to Highway 178.
Lisa’s brother posted on Help Find Lisa Gail Harvey:
“This is my little sister Lisa, she has been missing for more than a week. Lisa loved to enter online contest and was pretty good at winning things. The last time I talked to Lisa was on the 26th. She hit me up on messenger and asked me to vote for her tuna recipe in a contest she had entered. I went and voted three times for her and than told her I was coming out to Vegas in June and that I hoped I could see her and Clarissa. The last thing she said to me was she would try and join me in Vegas and that she loved me. My heart cannot express all the gratitude I have to everyone looking for Lisa. God Bless you all. – Jeff Duey”
Lisa has hazel eyes and red hair and weighing 250 pounds. She was last seen wearing a white shirt, cuffed jeans and black sandals. She has a nose ring in her left nostril. She was drivinga white 2000 Toyota Solaro CA plate 4KKU552. Please keep an eye out for the car as it may be parked anywhere.
Please contact Kern County Sheriff’s office at 661.861.3110, Case number 2017-01042280, or call 805.901.3873.