With the 49th anniversary coming up Saturday of the disappearance of a young woman in Hayward after an evening of shopping, police are asking for any information that might help solve the case.

Hayward police have a dedicated detective assigned to the case of Christine Eastin and there is a $50,000 reward for anyone who has information leading to a conviction for her disappearance.

Hayward Police Department Christine Eastin went missing from Hayward, Calif. on Jan. 18, 1971. Hayward police are offering a $50,000 reward for anyone with information leading to a conviction in connection with her disappearance.

Eastin was 19 when she went missing on Jan. 18, 1971. The car she was driving was found at what was then called Charlie’s Car Wash at 25400 Mission Blvd.

Police suspect foul play in Eastin’s disappearance and ask anyone with information to contact Detective Sprague at (510) 293-7176.

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