Large Scale Search Effort for Jeremy Jourdain
Bemidji, MN – The Bemidji Police Department has extended their initial search for 17-year-old Jeremy Jourdain.
During the initial investigation a large scale search involved ground, a bloodhound, water and air support search crews in the southeast section of the city.
According to a press release published by Chief Mike Mastin, “The Jourdain family and Leech Lake Tribal Government have assisted tremendously in the search by searching areas between Bemidji and Cass Lake.
All of these initial efforts did not locate any sign of Mr. Jourdain.”
Due to a lack of information still in the case, the department’s search today is a multi-jurisdictional effort including local, tribal, state, and federal law enforcement agencies and first responders.
The Bemidji Police Department continues to request the public’s assistance in locating Jeremy Jourdain.
“Residents between the City of Bemidji and Cass Lake along County Road 8 or Highway 2 are asked to check their properties and any out buildings, campers, or structures on their property,” according to the press release.
Jourdain was last seen in the 500 block of Wood Avenue in Bemidji at approximately midnight on October 31st.