No new clues in Redby woman's disappearance: Family asks hunters to be on the lookout during deer opener
BEMIDJI -- The family of missing Redby woman is asking those out for the deer hunting opener this weekend to be vigilant in hopes a clue may turn up on her whereabouts.
Rose Downwind, 31, was last seen in Bemidji on Oct. 21.
"I'd like to make a plea to the hunters, the farmers and anyone else who may be out in the woods or rural areas this weekend and every day," Dwa Weston, Downwind's cousin and family spokesperson said. "Please keep your eyes open for anything unusual. If you come across something, please contact the Bemidji Police Department."