Monday marks 27 years since disappearance of Minnesota native Jodi Huisentruit

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Twenty-seven years ago was the last time a Minnesota native on her way to work in Iowa was seen.

The family of Jodi Huisentruit—who was 27 years old at the time of her disappearance and was a morning news anchor for KIMT in Mason City, Iowa—is continuing to encourage people to raise awareness for the case.

Huisentruit also worked at KSAX in Alexandria, Minnesota.

No one has been arrested for Huisentruit’s disappearance. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension posted the following statement on social media regarding the case:

“On a summer morning 27 years ago today, Mason City, Iowa news anchor and Long Prairie, Minn., native Jodi Huisentruit was leaving her apartment for her job at KIMT when she was taken. There was evidence of a struggle – but no sign of Jodi. Not then, and not in the 27 years since. It’s time to step forward & tell what you know. It’s time to give Jodi’s family, friends & community the answers they deserve. Call Mason City PD @ 641-421-3636 with information and help solve this case.”

A remembrance event was held Monday.

CLICK HERE to learn more about Jodi’s case.