2 ‘Persons of Interest’ Being Investigated in Mysterious Disappearance of San Bernardino Woman: Police

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As the search continued for a 22-year-old San Bernardino women who disappeared under "suspicious" circumstances earlier this week, police on Sunday announced they were investigating two "persons of interest" in the case.

Sahray Barber is seen in a photo provided by family members.

Sahray Barber is seen in a photo provided by family members.

The two people, whose identities have not been disclosed, may somehow be involved in Sahray Barber's disappearance, a news release from the San Bernardino Police Department stated.

Barber was reported missing Monday morning after she was expected to take a bus to her job at The Art Institute but failed to show up at the location. She has not been seen since.

Some of Barber’s belongings were found in bushes inside the the complex of her apartment building in the 1500 block of West Northpark Boulevard (map), but San Bernardino police Lt. Rich Lawhead said Wednesday there did not appear to be any indication of a struggle.

Barber's apartment is across from street from Cal State San Bernardino, and initially police were looking into whether her disappearance was related to a string of recent assaults at the campus.

In the Sunday news release, police stated they now do not believe it's related.

Investigators have asked anyone with information about the case to call San Bernardino police Detective Al Tello at 909-821-8507 or Sgt. Carl Williams at 909-693-6665.

KTLA's Anthony Kurzweil contributed to this story.