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Family seeks public’s help in locating missing West Fargo woman

West Fargo, North Dakota – The relatives of Jonett Wanner, a woman from West Fargo reported as missing, remain uncertain about her whereabouts.

The final communication with Ms. Wanner, 50, took place when she signed off from her remote work at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 11.

Law enforcement has provided information indicating that Ms. Wanner may be traveling in a grey 2017 Nissan Rogue bearing North Dakota license plates 261 AZY. It is speculated that she might have her dog accompanying her. However, authorities have affirmed that she does not possess her mobile phone.

In the fortnight since Ms. Wanner’s disappearance, her family has ventured to locations where they believe she could potentially be.

“Jonett formerly owned a lake cabin on Leaf Lake, and frequently accompanied her daughter on trips to Duluth and the Sauk Lake area,” shared Audrey Aberle, sister-in-law of the missing woman. “Our roots are in the Wishek-Napoleon area to the west, so we’ve engaged people there to distribute flyers and keep an eye out for her vehicle.”

The family is utilizing social media and distributing flyers throughout the region in their efforts to locate Ms. Wanner.

“We’ve scoured numerous parking lots and traveled extensively to places she often visited with her daughter,” said Joenelle Bachman, Wanner’s twin sister. “We’ve clocked in a lot of miles recently.”

According to Jeff Aberle, Wanner’s brother, tracing her movements has been challenging as there has been no activity on her credit cards since she went missing.

West Fargo Police have not provided any new updates but assured that the department is “fully committed to finding Jonett.”

Joenelle Bachman, Jonett’s sister, expressed, “Given our lack of leads or any clear direction, we’re in dire need of public assistance. If anyone spots anything out of the ordinary or sees anything, we urge them to inform us so we can scrutinize that area.”

The family of Ms. Wanner affirmed that she has always been meticulous about informing them of her vacation plans.

West Fargo Police are encouraging anyone with information about Ms. Wanner or her location to come forward.

Mitch Havens

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