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Police to use sonar, dogs in search for missing teen

BEMIDJI--The Bemidji Police Department will use dogs and sonar this week to search for missing Cass Lake teen Jeremy Jourdain. Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin said the department will bring in dogs from St. Louis County on Friday at about noon, ...

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Jeremy Jourdain

BEMIDJI-The Bemidji Police Department will use dogs and sonar this week to search for missing Cass Lake teen Jeremy Jourdain.

Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin said the department will bring in dogs from St. Louis County on Friday at about noon, and that sonar from St. Louis County will be used to search Lake Bemidji and Lake Irving.

The dogs will search areas on the shores of both lakes and will also be used to search Bemidji's Nymore Neighborhood, where Jourdain was last seen on Halloween night.

Police and family members have been searching for the 17-year-old since he was reported missing Nov. 1. Previous searches have covered all of Nymore, large portions of Bemidji and areas along U.S. Highway 71, Roosevelt Road, U.S. Highway 2 and Power Dam Road.

Jourdain is described as a 6-foot-4-inch, 175-pound Native American male with short, dark brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue and gray hooded sweatshirt and jeans. If you have had contact with Jourdain or know his current whereabouts, police ask that you contact the law enforcement center at (218) 333-9111.

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For previous stories about Jourdain, click here.

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