Mammoth Lakes resident Lloyd Cearley, a cancer patient who created the Mammoth 2 Bishop Fun Bike Ride fundraiser this past spring, was reported missing this week after failing to attend a doctorâ€™s appointment.
Mammoth Lakes Police Sgt. Marc Moscowitz said a missing person report was filed with law enforcement authorities in Sacramento, where Cearleyâ€™s doctorâ€™s appointment was scheduled, earlier this week.
Moscowitz said the MLPD could come up with little that might aid the investigation.
Cearley was to have checked in for a doctorâ€™s appointment in Sacramento, according to a Facebook post by his roommate in Mammoth, Garrett Martin.
â€śNo one has heard from him since Tuesday evening,â€ť Martin wrote. â€śHe had a serious doctor appointment Wednesday at 1 p.m. and he never showed up.
â€śHe left his cell phone where he was staying up in Sacramento. He might be in the Mammoth area or San Diego area.â€ť
Several Eastern Sierra residents are attempting to locate Cearley via social media.
Anyone who may know where Cearley is is encouraged to contact the Sacramento Police Departmentâ€™s Missing Persons unit at (916) 808-0650. Friends and family also ask that information on Cearleyâ€™s whereabouts be given to his sister, Nicole Cearley, (321) 223-2337 or his roomate, Garrett, at (858) 519-7808.