City to hold vigil for missing Duluth woman 7 years after disappearance
DULUTH, MN -- The City of Duluth will hold a vigil Thursday, hoping to inspire people to come forward with information seven years after a woman went missing.
Sheila St. Clair, a Native American woman, was last seen at the Cascade Apartments in Duluth on August 20, 2015.
She reportedly told people she was going to visit family on the White Earth Reservation, but she never arrived.
St. Clair has not been heard from since.
City leaders are holding a vigil for St. Clair at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15 at Duluth City Hall.
“This vigil is an opportunity to remind the public to come forward with any information they may have about Sheila’s whereabouts, no matter how small, and to keep Sheila in hearts and minds across the Duluth area. The Duluth Police Department shares the community’s desire and concern to see that justice is served in her case,” city leaders shared in a press release.
Anyone is invited to Thursday’s vigil.
If you have any information on where St. Clair might be, contact the Duluth Police department.
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