Mother still missing after going fishing at Feather River Park

Teresa "Terry" Marie Blake was reported missing on June 5 when she didn't return home from a fishing trip at Feather River Park Resort, according to Plumas County Sheriff's Department.

Teresa "Terry" Marie Blake was reported missing on June 5 when she didn't return home from a fishing trip at Feather River Park Resort, according to Plumas County Sheriff's Department.

The department said Blake's white 2016 Acura RDX was located on June 6 in a wooded area just off Highway 70, near Graeagle.

According to a public Facebook page organized by Blake's family to help with the search, the 58-year-old's car was found about a mile away from where she originally said she was fishing. Blake's husband, daughter and son are actively searching for her.

"It was an activity (fishing) she did regularly," said Randy Blake, husband. "This is a place we've been coming since our soon who will be 27 soon was an infant, and she's been to the Feather River many times of the years."

Randy said this is completely out of the ordinary and there has never been a time frame where they don't know where she is.

Close to 2,000 people have joined a Facebook group to help find Terry.

"It means the world," said Randy. "Our family, our friends, people we don't know we can't thank you enough."

Plumas County Sheriff said they have not ruled anything out in the case.

On Saturday, they conducted a water search about a mile of the Feather River by where her car was found using divers and radar equipment but nothing came up.

Officials have expanded their geographical search and investigation.

If you have any information on Blake or her whereabouts, please contact the Plumas Sheriff’s Department at (530) 283-6300

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