Shelia St. Clair missing for 8 years; Duluth Police weigh in on her disappearance
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Wednesday, an observance ceremony of Sheila St. Clair’s disappearance was held at city hall with Duluth Police weighing in on where her missing person case stands.
Sheila has been missing for 8 years now. September marks the anniversary of her missing person’s report.
She was last seen in August of 2015. Climbing u the stairs in the Cascade Apartments with a man in a white t-shirt. The two don’t walk side by side the entire time and Sheila tends to stagger behind the man at times. She then follows him up the stairs and out of frame of the security footage, released by the Duluth Police Department.
At Wednesday’s ceremony the police department said they couldn’t give specifics on the case due to the fact that it is ongoing, but they did give a comment on where they are at.
DPD Major Crimes investigator Matt McShane says the police just doesn’t have the specific evidence to bring the case to court.
“In court it’s, ‘prove it beyond a reasonable doubt.’ Right now, in this particular case, we are not quite there. We need some more information and we are hopeful some folks will be willing to come forward and help us with that.”
The local home grown Duluth MMIWg2S Reward Fund Program is offering a reward with any information about Sheila’s 8-year disappearance. The amount is set at around $10,000.
You are encouraged to contact the Duluth Police Department or the Minnesota Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives Office.