Dee Warner still missing after extensive search of property
TECUMSEH, Mich. (WTVG) - A Michigan woman missing since late April has still not been found after an extensive search of her property this week. Dee Warner, 52, was last seen on April 24 at her home on Munger Road outside of Tecumseh, Michigan. Family and friends say they haven’t heard from her since. On Monday, investigators returned to the property she shared with her husband for an additional search, including a search of a cornfield on the property. Tuesday’s search included search dogs, a vast amount of personnel, and ground sonar.
The Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office and the Michigan State Police searched hundreds of acres of farmland with drones and on foot with K9s before initially suspending the search in June. At the time, they said they would not resume the investigation without a break in the case, though there has been no indication of any such break as of yet. Investigators say they have been following up on tips in the case for several months.
“It’s been a long time. We want closure, the family wants closure. We need to make sure we are doing everything possible for the family,” says Bevier.
According to the Sheriff, investigators are still evaluating information obtained during Monday’s search. Also assisting in that search were the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, a K9 unit out of Flint, and Consumer’s Energy.
Anyone with information as to her whereabouts is asked to contact Detective Greca at 517-264-5364.
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