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Car of missing woman found, El Dorado County Sheriff says Heather Gumina still missing

While her car has been found, Heather Gumina remains missing, the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office said.
Credit: El Dorado County Sheriff's Office
Heather Gumina Waters

EL DORADO COUNTY, Calif. — El Dorado County Sheriff's deputies have found the car of a woman who has been missing for nearly two weeks, according to a press release shared by the department on Friday

Heather Gumina, who also goes by Heather Gumina Waters, was last seen on July 16 and has not been heard from since, the Sheriff's Department said. At the time of her disappearance, her car was also missing. 

This week EDSO Detectives found the car, a 2005 black Infiniti G35, in El Dorado County. 

While the department has not disclosed where the car was found, they said that it will be "forensically processed for evidence" in a press released shared on Facebook Friday.  

Heather Gumina's current whereabouts are still unknown. 

"There are many comments requesting updates to this case. At this time, we are still actively looking for Heather. We do not provide details on what exactly occurs during an active investigation," the department said on July 29. 

Anyone with information about where she may be is asked to contact dispatch at (530) 621-6600, or cal Detective J. Sargent at (530) 642-4714. 

Credit: El Dorado County Sheriff's Office
Heather Gumina Waters

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