AICHO Renews Call For Missing Duluth Woman | www.WDIO.com

The American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO), is renewing its call for search of a missing Indigenous woman.

Sheila St. Clair of Duluth has been missing since 2015. St. Clair was reported missing September 10th. She was 48 years old at the time of the report.

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MN – One year in, search continues for missing Duluth woman | Duluth News Tribune

It has been more than a year since Sheila St. Clair was last seen.

Authorities said the 48-year-old Duluth woman was planning to travel to the White Earth Reservation in western Minnesota last summer, but she never arrived and family members haven’t heard from her since.

Police have offered a reward and indicated that foul play could be involved, but her disappearance is still very much a mystery, said Lt. Dan Chicos of the Duluth Police Department.

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Duluth, MN police offer reward to help find missing woman – BringMeTheNews.com

Police in Duluth are now offering a reward for information about a woman who’s been missing for nearly two months.

Sheila St. Clair, 48, was last seen on Sept. 1, according to the Duluth News Tribune, and her family and friends are pleading with the public to help find her.

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Duluth, MN police renew call for help in locating missing woman | Duluth News Tribune

Sheila St. Clair

The Duluth Police Department on Wednesday again asked for the public’s help in locating a 48-year-old woman missing for more than three weeks.

Sheila St. Clair has been missing since Sept. 1. Authorities said they believe St. Clair was planning to travel to the White Earth Reservation in western Minnesota, but she never arrived.

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