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UPDATE: Police find Boise woman who went missing on Cascade-area Blue Lake Trail hike

Cheyenne De La Rosa, 28, has not been seen since she went hiking at Blue Lake Trail near Cascade with her dog.
Posted at 2:00 PM, Jul 30, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-31 13:40:09-04

This article was originally published in the Idaho Statesman.

UPDATE:

Authorities searched for and later found a Boise woman who had not been seen for two days after she went to hike a popular trail near Cascade with her dog.

Cheyenne De La Rosa, 28, was hiking Blue Lake Trail near Cascade in Valley County on Tuesday. The Valley County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Thursday that deputies were searching for De La Rosa in the area. Her vehicle was found at the trailhead.

Recent photos of De La Rosa showed her with pink hair and piercings in her nostril and septum. Her dog, Kaia, is white with brown spots.

In a post on Facebook, the Valley County Sheriff’s Office said De La Rosa posted a photo of herself near a waterfall, which may be at Blue Lake. Another hiker reported seeing De La Rosa on the trail at around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The Sheriff’s Office later updated the Facebook post, saying De La Rosa and her dog were found safe.

Original:

Authorities are searching for a Boise woman who has not been seen for two days after she went to hike a popular trail near Cascade with her dog.

Cheyenne De La Rosa, 28, was hiking Blue Lake Trail near Cascade in Valley County, according to her family. The Valley County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Thursday that deputies are searching for De La Rosa in the area. Her vehicle was found at the trailhead.

Recent photos of De La Rosa show her with pink hair and piercings in her nostril and septum. Her dog is white with brown spots.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts can contact the Valley County Sheriff’s Office at (208) 382-5160.