On Monday, Danville police found missing teen Allison Bayliss' bicycle locked up at a bike stand in San Francisco's Crissy Field. Bayliss was last seen on Monday at 8 a.m. near her locker at San Ramon Valley High School where she is a sophomore.
Media outlets are reporting that the 15-year-old had left a note near her computer which led the search into San Francisco this morning. Her father, David Bayliss, searched two miles of the waterfront before finding her purple and black Diamondback mountain bike at a stand.
"We found a note on her computer with directions to this location," her father told reporters. "I have asked local law enforcement to bring all available resources to
look for her. We are awaiting a helicopter and water support
to look in the water. Other than that we are just hoping and praying
that Allison is alive."
Meanwhile, friends and strangers have created a buzz on Facebook about "Alliy's" disappearance. A Facebook page called Find Alliy Bayliss was created shortly after the teen was reported missing. More than 7,000 people have joined the page, leaving messages of support.
"I'm sorry if you don't know her well, but please ... we can't lose Alliygator," one message reads.
Bayliss was last seen wearing a red hoodie and blue jeans. She is 5-foot-8 and weighs 130 pounds. She has blonde hair and she was wearing it in a ponytail.
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