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Riverside Sheriff & # 39; s Division examines a number of enforced disappearances in Idyllwild Space – CBS Los Angeles

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IDYLLWILD (CBSLA) – The Riverside County sheriff department continued its investigation into the disappearance of six people in the quiet town of Idyllwild on Thursday.

Detectives say none of the cases appear to be related. (Family photos)

Detectives have released no evidence of a bad game, saying that none of the cases appear to be related, but the number of cases is beginning to attract increased attention.

In Idyllwild and surrounding communities, including Pine Cove, Mountain Center, Anza and Hemet, passengers have posted missing people.

The youngest missing person is a 27-year-old woman. The oldest is a 73-year-old woman with dementia.

"If you have a mission, you don't know whether it is alive or not," said Kendra Johnson. "And you don't know when to continue or not, and it's just difficult."

Johnson's father, Roy Prifogle, has been missing since March 4th when he left home around 1 p.m. Hiking in the Pine Cove area. He was last seen around 6:30 p.m. the same day at Pine Cove Market.

Anyone who knows the whereabouts of the missing person is asked to call the local law enforcement agency.

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