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Sartell Police Chief Jim Hughes, Photo by WJON.com's Ashli Gerdes
Sartell Police Chief Jim Hughes, Photo by WJON.com's Ashli Gerdes
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UPDATE: No Arrests Yet In Sartell Abduction Case [AUDIO]

Sartell police are still looking for the two masked men who abducted a woman on Wednesday night. Police Chief Jim Hughes says they're following-up on leads, and checking surveillance cameras.

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Richard Wayne Landers
Richard Wayne Landers, missingin.org
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UPDATE: Indiana Father Forgives Parents, Wants to See Son [AUDIO]

An Indiana man says he forgives his parents for allegedly abducting his son nearly 20 years ago and he's eager to be reacquainted with him. Richard Wayne Landers Sr. told The Associated Press on Sunday he wants to tell his son, Michael Landers, he loves him but doesn't know his number.

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Richard Wayne Landers
Richard Wayne Landers, missingin.org
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Update: Mom of Abducted Indiana Boy Says He Wasn’t Homeless

The father of a Minnesota man who was taken from his birth mother nearly 20 years ago in an Indiana custody dispute says he was in his son's life. Richard W. Landers Sr. says he visited his then-5-year-old son at his parents' home before the alleged abduction.

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Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
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UPDATE: No Victim ID’ed in Apparent Appleton Abduction

Authorities say they have exhausted all their leads in the apparent abduction of a female in western Minnesota. The Swift County sheriff's office says authorities have not identified a victim in the case and are expanding their search into surrounding states.

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Minnesota News
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FBI Looking For Info In Possible Mpls. Abduction

The FBI is looking for information in the possible abduction of a teenage girl.

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