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‘Let us have Sheila back’: Friends, community marks 6 years since Sheila St. Clair disappearance

DULUTH, MN– Six years after her disappearance, friends and family are remembering Sheila St. Clair.

She was last seen in Duluth on August 20, 2015.

Police started their investigation when she was reported missing on September 10, 2015.

Shawn Carr held a gathering that year and has hosted one every year since.

He said his heart is heavy to be back for this 6th year.

Carr believes someone knows something about St. Clair’s disappearance and said it’s time to speak out.

“Please if you know something, come forward. Let us have Sheila back,” said Carr, who is also with the group Idle No More. “I will be out here every year until Sheila does come back.”

Duluth Police Chief Mike Tusken said they know someone out there has the information they need to solve St. Clair’s disappearance.

Even if you think it’s not important, you’re asked to contact investigators.

The number for the Violent Crimes Unit is 218-730-5050. You can remain anonymous.

Tusken said they’re also in the process of setting up a reward for information, hoping to encourage people to share what they know.

Enger Tower also lit up red Tuesday night, paying tribute to missing and murdered indigenous women who have been lost.

It’s also meant to highlight the issue of sex trafficking in the Twin Ports.

Enger will be lit red for the next week.

Bonney Bowman

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