Friends, family continue to search for clues to kindergarten teacher's disappearance

UPDATE: Flagstaff Police say they have found female remains that are believed to be missing kindergarten teacher, Cathryn Gorospe, 44.

The search for a missing Valley kindergarten teacher is still ongoing, as Cathryn Gorospe, 44, has not been seen since Friday.

On Thursday, friends and family searched in the high country, for any clues to her disappearance. As Gorospe's family and friends searched for her in wooded areas in Williams, friends and strangers left messages of love, at Gorospe's home on Thursday as well.

Meanwhile, according to Arizona State University Police officials, an investigation has led them to believe that Charlie Malzahn, a 27-year-old man Gorospe allegedly bailed out of jail on October 6, is involved in an nighttime assault on Sunday.

Before Malzahn was arrested early Monday morning, surveillance video reportedly caught him entering a campus dorm Sunday night. where ASU Police said he allegedly attacked a young woman, inside her dorm room.

The alleged attack at an ASU dorm room came, just two days after Malzahn was bailed out of jail by Gorospe.

Police believe Malzahn and Gorospe were headed to Williams, before Malzahn took Gorospe's vehicle and credit cards, and stopped in several cities. The cities include Chino Valley, Prescott Valley, Phoenix and Clifton.

Investigators said Gorospe could be anywhere within a 400-mile radius. For now, roughly 35 family members and close friends are holding out hope.

As for Malzahn, police in Flagstaff, Phoenix, and at ASU are filing charges against him.