The family of a missing Reno woman who went missing last month on a trip to a northern California national forest are taking to social media for help in locating her.
Courtney Bryan, a 32-year-old resident of Reno, Nevada, was last seen in an Instagram photo posted on September 23 while in the waters of Hunt Hot Springs in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest in Redding, Calif., The Reno Police Department said in a press release.
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Bryan was traveling with his dog Booch, a black and white border collie wolf mix, in a red 2004 Subaru Outback.
Bryan’s sister Katana Curven has taken to TikTok to publicize her sister’s disappearance and ask for help in locating her.
“Hey TikTok, I need you to do your thing, please. My sister is missing, her name is Courtney Bryan,” Curven said in the video.
Curven said there had been no calls or texts from his sister’s phone since the photo at Hunt Hot Springs was taken on September 23.
Bryan worked at Patagonia, a company that sells clothing and outdoor gear. The company also took to social media on Wednesday, post a tweet ask for help in locating Bryan.
Fox News contacted Patagonia but did not receive an immediate response.
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Curven told NBC’s “Dateline” that his sister was supposed to return from her trip on September 27.
“She left her cat here in her apartment so I know she was planning on coming back,” Curven said. “She loved her animals. And her plants. And would never leave them like that.”
Curven told the outlet that she decided to broadcast her sister’s news on TikTok because social media helped with other missing persons cases and she hoped it could do the same for her sister.
Reno Police are investigating and working with various agencies in Shasta County, Calif., To locate Bryan.