Nearly 2,000 people have been involved in the search for the Minnesota mom who has been missing for more than a week
(CNN) – Authorities said in a Facebook post on Friday that nearly 2,000 people have participated this week in the search for a missing woman in Minnesota.
Madeline Kingsbury, 26, was last seen on the morning of March 31, according to the Winona Police Department.
People looking for Kingsbury range from volunteers and first responders to members of the fire department.
Police said Kingsbury did not show up for work on the day she disappeared and did not return calls from her family and friends. After that, she did not show up to pick up her children from daycare or make other arrangements.
“This is all very out of character,” the police said.
Authorities said they are looking for video that could show where Kingsbury’s truck, a dark blue 2014 Chrysler Town & Country, went.
In addition, authorities said they believe her car may have traveled from Winona to eastern Fillmore County on the day she disappeared. For this reason, they asked residents of that area to check “video cameras, doorbell cameras, game cams… for traffic lights or truck stops.”
Winona is located in the southeastern part of the state, near the Wisconsin border.
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