Search for Missing Minnesota Woman Ends Tragically
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(UPDATED) - The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has cancelled a statewide alert for a central Minnesota woman after she was found deceased Sunday afternoon. Further details have not been released.
Little Falls, MN (KROC-AM News) - A statewide alert has been issued for a missing woman in central Minnesota.
The State Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says 37-year-old Jeanine Greyblood was last seen early Saturday after she walked out of a residence in Little Falls into the sub-zero cold. Officials say it's not known what direction she was heading in clothing that was not adequate for the extreme cold.
The BCA alert says the Little Falls woman was wearing a black shirt with a grey cardigan sweater, black yoga pants, and red boots.
Anyone with any information about Jeanine is asked to call the Little Falls Department at 320-616-5570 or 911.
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