FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --UPDATE: The Fresno County Coroner's Office has identified a woman's body found near Selma Friday night as Alicia Haro.
Haro was found dead in the driver seat of an SUV parked at an orchard at Mountain View and Highland Avenues. Authorities say there was no bodily harm to Haro and are conducting an autopsy and toxicology tests to determine her exact cause of death.
A Fresno family is asking for your help in locating a woman who's been missing since Thursday morning.
Alicia Haro, 47, was last seen making a purchase at the CVS store on Shields and West Avenues.
She called in sick to work that morning, and we're told, she's had a lot of anxiety over a new work position.
Alicia has worked for Valley Children's Hospital for more than 20 years.
She also suffers from multiple sclerosis and has trouble with her vision.
Her phone was left at home and no belongings were missing.
Alicia's family says this is very out of character for her and they fear the worst.
"We're very fearful that something bad has happened to Alicia," her husband Bill Griffith said. "Alicia if you're out there. Please, please just come home. We can fix anything. Please come home."
Alicia was driving a 2011 brown Chevy Equinox with a sticker on the window that said "I Love Big Mutts."
She was wearing a black dress with spaghetti straps.
If you have see her or know anything about this case you are urged to call the Fresno Police Department at 559-621-7000.