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Published on May 17, 2024
Petaluma Police Seek Public Help to Locate Missing Woman Lindsay Krajecki; At Risk Due to Medical NeedsSource: Unsplash

The Petaluma Police Department has issued an urgent call for public assistance in locating a missing woman, Lindsay Kristine Krajecki, age 43, who has been missing since the morning of May 8th, 2024. According to a report from the department, she was last spotted near Doyle Park in Santa Rosa.

Lindsay, described as a Caucasian woman about 5’8” with brown hair and hazel eyes, was wearing a dark jacket, a white tank top, and orange pants when she was seen last. She is known to frequent Santa Rosa, Petaluma, and Sacramento areas. It's noted that Lindsay owns a cellphone, but it is not currently active.

Adding to the urgency, the police have indicated that Lindsay is at risk due to a medical condition for which she requires medication, which she does not presently have access to. This exacerbates concerns about her well-being the longer she remains unaccounted for.

Authorities are asking anyone with information to immediately contact the Petaluma Police Department at 707-778-4372, making reference to case number 24-1987. In an emergency, the public should call 9-1-1, while non-emergencies can be reported to the non-emergency line. For media inquiries related to this case, contact Sergeant Ryan McGreevy at [email protected].