Volunteers Continue Search for Mandy Matula
The search for a missing Eden Prairie woman is entering its fourth week.
Mandy Matula was last seen May 1; since then, family, friends, and strangers have scoured areas from the metro to St. Cloud.
Thursday afternoon, Minnesota United held a news conference focusing on the need for volunteers to search this weekend. The search began at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in Rice, which is north of St. Cloud.
The group searched two locations: the Blanchard Dam and Mississippi Park in Rice.
Searchers were asked to wear a bright-colored T-shirt.
The group also announced a fundraiser at Brunswick Bowl in Eden Prairie. It will take place Monday, June 3, from 5 to 9 p.m.
Matula’s ex-boyfriend, David Roe, shot and killed himself before police could question him.
Watch our previous coverage in the video box above.
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