UPDATE: Search for a missing woman continues in Glendive, Montana
GLENDIVE, M.T. (KUMV) - UPDATE (7/17/2023 at 11:30 a.m.): The Dawson County Sherriff gave an update on the search Monday for 36-year-old Renee Arcand who went missing on June 27 while camping at Fish Intake in Glendive.
The Sheriff said the Badlands Search and Rescue Department went back to the area over the weekend to continue the search. Badlands Search and Rescue brought a dog, a drone, and their jet boat equipped with side sonar. The Sherriff said they worked hard, however, the search turned up with negative results.
The search will continue this week with airplane and boat patrols along the river.
UPDATE (7/4/2023): Authorities in Montana are still searching for a woman who has been missing for a week.
The Dawson County sheriff said they’ve used dogs and other experts to help search by land and water and have searched from the air with both plane and infrared drones.
Downstream authorities have been notified and are looking as well.
Sonar has been ruled out for now because of the high muddy water, but the sheriff says it’s an option when conditions allow.
ORIGINAL STORY (7/3/2023): Renee Arcand was last seen on Tuesday, June 27 camping at Fish Intake near Glendive. One of her dogs is also missing, while another was found 15 miles outside of Glendive Saturday.
Arcand is 36 years old, about 5′6″, weighs about 150 pounds, and has brown hair and hazel eyes. She has a heart and vine tattoo on her leg and a “This too shall pass” quote on her wrist.
Drone and water searches are ongoing. If you have any information on her whereabouts, contact the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office at 406-377-5291.
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