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SAN YSIDRO, Calif. — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing San Ysidro woman whose car was found in Fontana.

The family of 27-year-old Alejandra Carrion Gutierrez says they haven’t seen the woman for more than two weeks.

“Something’s wrong, but I don’t know what’s going on,” said Juan Rodriguez, Gutierrez’s husband.

Rodriguez said he’s been separated from Gutierrez for about two years, but they remain close, caring for their two young children.

According to Rodriguez, Gutierrez left her apartment on Dec. 30 and drove to Fontana to stay the night with her boyfriend. She was expected to return the next day.

On Jan. 2, her family reported Gutierrez missing. On Jan. 10, police found her empty car in Fontana.

“We need to know what happened in the two or three hours she left from here, San Ysidro, to go to Fontana…I don’t know what’s going on. We need to know what happened to her,” said Rodriguez.

Rodriguez says Guitierrez’s boyfriend claims she never showed up at his home. Rodriguez is convinced she wouldn’t vanish on her own and leave her children behind.

Police have not named any suspects. Anyone with information about Gutierrez is urged to call Fontana police at 909-350-7700.