Apr 8, 2014 7:42 AM by Associated Press
MILL VALLEY, Calif. (AP) - The parents of a 33-year-old Menlo Park woman missing for more than a week have joined the search for their daughter on rugged Mount Tamalpais.
Magdalena Glinkoski was caught by security video that showed her walking across a nearby parking lot wearing a pink top and blue shorts on Sunday, March 30. Her abandoned vehicle was later discovered there.
KGO-TV reported Monday that Jacek and Natalia Glinkowski flew in from Boston to help in the search. They are urging anyone who may have seen their daughter to contact forest rangers.
Authorities say she had left a message that she planned to go hiking, but she didn't say where.
The Marin County Search and Rescue Team led volunteers and dogs on a ground and air search for Glinkoski over the weekend.
Mt. Tam has over 200 miles of trails.
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