Jacob Wetterling’s family would be celebrating his 37th birthday on Tuesday. Months after his abduction, a foundation was created to help families of missing or exploited children. Along with Jacob’s birthday, that foundation will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Tuesday.
Authorities in the north metro are asking the public’s help in finding two children believed to be with a dangerous relative. Brooklyn Center Police say they are trying to find 17-year-old Shatearra Nash and her daughter, 9-month-old Maggie Nash.
Tuesday marks 24 years since Jacob Wetterling was abducted at gunpoint near his St. Joseph, Minn., home.
And his mother, Patty, said she’s still hopeful her son will be found, as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children released a photo of what 35-year-old Jacob could look like.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) has canceled a missing person alert after two sisters taken from a Florida home by their father were located. On Thursday, officers with Citrus County in Florida reported that the two girls and their father had been located in Montana.
“Do not forget about these people,” that is the message of the foundation established in Jacob Wetterling’s name.
A missing teenage boy who was last seen in Rogers has been found safe. Christian Tveit, 15, is a high-functioning teen with autism and health concerns. He was last seen leaving his residence on the 13000 block of Commerce Blvd.
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar is announcing legislation that would give local law enforcement a new tool to help find missing children.