Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger, his wife Ann Marie, and writer Neil Strauss stopped by the KROQ studios to talk with Stryker in hopes of helping locate Elaine Park, a 20-year-old Southern California woman who mysteriously went missing in January. Upon learning that after months no progress had been made with the case, Einziger and Strauss reached out to offer their assistance to a situation where there wasn’t much available.
The last time Park was seen was on the morning of January 28, 2017 when she left her boyfriend’s Calabasas apartment. Five days later her car was found in Malibu along Pacific Coast Highway with the doors unlocked, keys in the ignition in the on position, lights on, and her belongings untouched. There’s no explanation as to why or how her car ended up there.
They’re searching for photos and/or videos of Pacific Coast Highway south of Corral Canyon Road (ocean side) taken January 28th at 6am through February 2nd at 4pm. Her car was a dark grey 2015 Honda Civic 4-door.
There is $250,000 cash reward (now through September 15th) that has been offered for information that leads to her recovery.
Anyone with information should visit www.elainepark.tips.
It has been over six months since Elaine disappeared. Your coverage is essential to finding her. Elaine was looking forward to attending Pierce College, and had previously attended CSUN. Her background includes performing in several dance companies, musical theater, and small roles in TV shows such as Desperate Housewives, E.R., and MAD TV, as well as films such as Role Models and Crazy Stupid Love.
Let’s help Elaine get home.