Truckee law enforcement officials on Wednesday announced some new developments in the search for missing teenager Kiely Rodni.
Rodni, 16, was last seen at about 12:30 a.m. Aug. 6 at a party attended by hundreds of kids near the Prosser Family Campground.
Footage from a Truckee business’ surveillance camera was obtained by a Truckee Police Department detective, according to Placer County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Angela Musallam. The footage, taken at 6:08 p.m., before Rodni arrived at the party, is the last image of her before her disappearance.
Additionally, she was loaned a black hoodie from a friend that is believed was still in her possession when she disappeared. She was last seen wearing a black spaghetti strap bodysuit, green Dickies brand pants with a black grommet belt, and black Vans shoes, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Department.
“We continue to investigate what comes to us,” said Musallam. “We continue to exhaust every lead. We urge the public to please, if anybody knows these 200 to 300 juveniles or young adults who were at the Prosser Family Campground between Friday evening and early Saturday morning to please come forward.”
Musallam indicated law enforcement officials have yet to speak with anyone who saw Rodni leave the party.
Anyone who has information about Rodni and her whereabouts should call the tip line at 530-581-6320 option 7. Additionally, an email tip line has been set up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rodni is described as about 5-foot-7 inches, 115 pounds with blonde hair, hazel eyes and has numerous piercings and jewelry, including a nose ring. Her vehicle, a silver 2013 Honda CR-V, license plate number 8YUR127, is also still missing.
Placer County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Josh Barnhart indicated the FBI has dedicated roughly 50 members of its personnel to the search, and that right now investigators are sifting through video that’s poured in from the party, residents, and businesses.
Carson City resident Myesha Gaines, who was last seen near Zephyr Cove on July 20, was located in San Francisco, according to family members.