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OROVILLE, Calif. - Authorities are still searching for Tatiana Dugger who last seen in Oakland on Jan. 9.
The Butte County Sheriff's Office said their detectives determined Tatiana Dugger moved from Butte County to Los Angeles three months ago.
Investigators told Action News Now that they are working with Bay Area law enforcement to find Tatiana Dugger. The 18-year-old graduate from Las Plumas High School was last seen in East Oakland.
She was seen early Saturday morning on Jan. 9, according to her family.
They also say she did not return to her hotel where she was staying, leaving her car and belongings behind, and has not been active on social media since her disappearance. Her family said she was in Oakland with a man named "Marcos."
Tatiana's sister, Savannah Moreno, doesn’t know where to turn.
“We are trying to be strong and stay hopeful,” Moreno said. “We have done everything that we possibly can. It’s very discouraging with every day that passes but, we are trying to stay strong and stay hopeful. Really there is nothing else we can do. We have to do that in order to keep going and keep trying to find her.”
Oakland Police say they searched her hotel room and found no signs of kidnapping, struggle, or foul play.
Moreno continued, “We obviously are all really upset and hurt and worried. It’s terrifying.”
Tatiana Dugger is 5’6’’, has dark brown hair with reddish color on the ends, and has brown eyes.
Detectives have been in contact with the Oakland Police Department and the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office. Oakland Police detectives and Alameda County District Attorney Inspectors have been provided with all of the information detectives obtained during their follow-up investigation. The Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with additional information about Ms. Dugger’s location to contact detectives at 530-538-7671, or 530-538-7322.