Those who are lost remembered on National Missing Persons Day

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(ABC 6 News) – February 3 is National Missing Persons day.

According to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Missing and Unidentified Persons Clearinghouse, there are currently four cases in our area.

The oldest case is that of being Donna Ingersoll, who has been missing from Wabasha since 19-90.
In 1993, Linda Anger was said to be dropped off at an appointment at the Olmsted County Courthouse but was never seen again. And in 2005 both JoJo Boswell of Owatonna and Marvin Witte of Winona disappeared, never to be seen again.

In Iowa, Grace Esquivel has been missing from Mason City since 1983. Rodney John Olsen, who would now be 68-years-old, was reported missing to the Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Office, in October of 1986. In June of 2022, it marked 27 years since of anchor Jodi Huisentruit‘s disappearance.

There are also three missing juveniles from the Mason City area. Daquan Nelson was reported missing to the Mason City Police Department on October 15 of 2022, while Leonidas Lopez was reported missing on March 26. Hershal Redd was reported missing on September 10, 2021.

For more information on those who have gone Missing in Minnesota, head to the Minnesota Missing and Unidentified Persons Clearinghouse.

For those who have gone missing in Iowa, go to the Iowa Department of Public Safety.

For those missing across the country, resources are available at the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System.

You can also contact the local law enforcement agency.