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Search for missing Lake Bronson woman continues

The Kittson County Sheriff's Department is again asking the public for help finding Dawn Carlson, Lake Bronson, Minn., missing since early October. The disabled woman was last seen in Karlstad, Minn. Her family reported her missing on Oct. 5. The...

The Kittson County Sheriff's Department is again asking the public for help finding Dawn Carlson, Lake Bronson, Minn., missing since early October.

The disabled woman was last seen in Karlstad, Minn. Her family reported her missing on Oct. 5. The local fire department searched for her on the east side of the county the next day but found no trace of her.

After news reports of the search, police said several area residents told them Carlson had been talking about moving to Brainerd, Minn. The Crow Wing Sheriff's Department checked a "residence of interest" but found nothing.

Carlson's sister DeAnn has told police she hopes Carlson will call if she is OK.

The Kittson County Sheriff's Department said anyone with information about Carlson's whereabouts should call (218) 843-3535.

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