Update: Lyon County investigators identify car in Naomi Irion case

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Update 5 p.m. Thursday:
Lyon County Sheriff's Office said that they are still searching for  Naomi Irion. However, "through your help, we have identified the vehicle and the occupant(s) that appear in the WalMart video minutes before Naomi was abducted and the investigation continues. The Lyon County Sheriff's Office thanks the citizens for their continued support in helping us find Naomi."

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on another vehicle possibly involved in the disappearance of Naomi Irion, who went missing on March 12 from the Fernley Walmart parking lot.
In a Thursday news release, LCSO said a four-door sedan entered the east Walmart parking lot at approximately 5:15 a.m. on March 12. It then drove around the median on the east side before parking at the southeast corner of the Walmart building.

The vehicle is seen parked with its headlights on and the suspect in the case is seen walking directly in front of the parked vehicle.
If you have any information on this vehicle and or the occupants, email detective@lyon-county.org and put “Walmart Witness Vehicle” in the subject line.
“This will allow us to reply in a timely fashion as we are currently receiving hundreds of direct and Secret Witness tips daily,” LCSO said in the release. “If you are the occupant of this vehicle, please call Lyon County dispatch at 775-463-6620 and have them forward you to the cellphone of a Lyon County detective.”


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