Mom of missing Chippewa Falls native confident her daughter will be found alive – WQOW

Chippewa Falls (WQOW) – Jayme Closs’ escape has had a profound ripple effect on other families whose loved ones are missing.

The Boiteau family has been looking for Shannah Boiteau for nearly three years, but now they have even more faith she will be found alive.

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UPDATE: One Year Later Police Still Looking for Missing Wisconsin Woman | WJON

ST. CLOUD — One year later, St. Cloud police are still asking for your help in finding a missing Wisconsin woman.

Police say 24-year-old Shannah Boiteau of Chippewa Falls was last seen in the area of Interstate 94 and Stearns County Road 74 on June 22nd 2016.

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WI – Alert issued for missing CF woman – Eau Claire Leader-Telegram

CHIPPEWA FALLS – A statewide crime alert has been issued for a Chippewa Falls woman who has been missing since June.

Shannah M. Boiteau, 23, was last seen at 3 p.m. June 22 when she ran away from a vehicle being driven by her boyfriend near Interstate 94 and Highway 74 in St. Cloud, Minn.

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WI – Dogs used in search for missing woman | News –

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LAKE HOLCOMBE, Wis. – Deputies are using dogs in the search for a woman missing for more than a week in Chippewa County.

The sheriff’s department is moving its search into a more heavily wooded area near the Rusk County line.

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Chippewa County, WI deputies trying to find missing woman


CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (WEAU) — A sheriff’s office is trying to find a woman considered missing and possibly endangered.

On Thursday morning, the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office said in a release that it is trying to find Tammy Jovaag, 54, of the Lake Holcombe area. She lives near the Rusk County Line near State Highway 27.

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Chippewa Falls, WI police searching for missing man with special needs

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CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (WEAU) — Officers need your help in finding a missing man who is considered a special needs adult.

The Chippewa Falls Police Department said Douglas Bell walked away from his job at Chippewa River Industries on Lake Wissota Drive Friday afternoon.

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WI – New program to help Chippewa Falls Police Department find missing children

CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (WEAU) — The Chippewa Falls Police Department is starting a new program to handle missing children cases.

The Child Abduction Response Team, or CART, is new protocol the police department will follow for missing children.

“What we’re doing is organizing our resources here in Chippewa Falls if a child in our community does go missing we’ll be able to handle and respond to that appropriately,” said Deborah Brettingen, the Sensitive Crimes Investigator.

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