Duluth’s Sheila St. Clair missing nearly 4 years, family speaks out

BEMIDJI, MN — Family members of Sheila St. Clair, who was last seen four years ago on August 15, are speaking out.

St. Clair, 48, was traveling to the White Earth Reservation in 2015, but never arrived, and was reported as missing in September.

At last check, Duluth Police say they’ve investigated dozens of tips; however, her disappearance is still a mystery.

“She’s still out there somewhere, and we’re going to find her,” daughter Stephanie St. Clair says.

Tonight on the CBS 3 Duluth News at 10, we’ll hear from her family, and how they’re keeping hope alive.

If you have a tip regarding St. Clair’s disappearance, you’re asked to contact the Duluth Police Department, call 911.

Gamiel Hall

Gamiel Hall

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