Serenity Soce last seen at Cabin Creek Rest area in Oregon

UPDATE 5/29/17 – Elisa has said that Serenity has been found and she is safe.  NFI.  “With my hand to my heart I cry in gratitude for the unbelievable outpouring of love that surrounded all of us during this time,” said Elisa.

Original story:  Serenity Soce, 22, went missing on Sat. May 20, 2017 Eugene, Oregon.  She was last seen at the Eugene Saturday Market.   Serenity’s mother, Elisa found out that Serenity had gone to Cougar Hotsprings and the Diamond Lake area with a person she met in Eugene.  According to Elisa, “They pulled over to get some sleep at a Cabin Creek Rest Area on I-5. He rested outside of the car and she was in the car. He woke sometime between 2-3:30am to the sound of the car door closing and saw Serenity shake hands with a man in a dark SUV and then with a woman who emerged from the restroom. She got into their car and headed North. She said nothing to her friend when she left.”

Elisa received a tip but she is not sure if it is her daughter or not.  “I’ve also heard from a woman who said there was a despondent and confused young woman who did not know where she was at 47th and Main Street in Springfield around 6pm Thursday. She is uncertain if it was Serenity but thinks it may have been. She was asking for directions to a store. I’m not sure about the Springfield incident as FACT but the woman seems kind and reached out.”

Elisa Saucy also said: “She has made no contact with her family or close friends. If you know of her whereabouts please private message me. We are deeply concerned for her wellbeing. We’ve registered her with the National Missing Person Log and hope that thru a broader social media she will be found safely. Thank you.

Seventy is 6’3” tall and 130 pounds.  She has light brown hair and blue eyes.  She was last seen wearing a grey hoodies, floral leggings and burgundy skirt.  The man she was seen with was middle-aged, wearing a tie-dyed shirt and had long hair.

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