The Roundup -

Montana Law Enforcement Continues To Investigate Missing Persons Case

Requests Assistance From Media And Public In Montana And North Dakota

 


Nearly three weeks after the disappearance of Montana resident Nicole Waller law enforcement officials from several jurisdictions continue to work together to aggressively investigate the case and pursue all leads.  To date, Ms. Waller remains a missing person and Montana law enforcement officials are requesting media organizations in Montana and North Dakota to publicize this case along with a telephone number for the public to report tips.

As with any investigation it is possible that a member of the public saw or heard something that may assist detectives, and any individual who believes they may have information pertinent to the case is encouraged to report the information to authorities. A hotline established in Richland County to field tips from the public can be reached at 406-433-4027.

Crime Stoppers of Richland County can be reached by texting the code “CSRC” plus your message to: 274637 (CRIMES). Remember: As with all Crime Stoppers tips, the calls are not recorded and the caller will remain confidential.

Waller was last known to be in Fairview, Montana, during the early morning hours of February 14, 2013. Waller is 5’0” in height and weighs 165 pounds.

The last known contact with Nicole Waller occurred when she spoke to a family member by telephone on 02/14/2013 during the early morning hours.  

 Nicole’s vehicle, a 1999 maroon Ford Expedition, was first observed abandoned off Hwy 2 west of Poplar, Montana later in the day on 02-14-2013. Agencies involved in the investigation are: Fort Peck Tribes Criminal Investigations Flathead, Richland and Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Offices; Sidney and Fairview, Montana, Police Departments; State of Montana’s Department of Criminal Investigation; and the FBI.

 

Reader Comments(0)

 
 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021

Rendered 09/09/2022 19:44