Brainerd police investigators today continue to search for clues in the disappearance of 21-year-old Erika Dalquist.
Dalquist was last seen leaving downtown Brainerd early Oct. 30 in the company of a man.
Brainerd police investigator Chad Kleffman today said in addition to tracking down leads and interviewing witnesses, officers are trying to identify the man. Initially the only description of the man police had released was that he was a white male with brown hair.
On Wednesday a witness came forward with a more detailed description of the man Dalquist was possibly seen with, and police have been trying to confirm that information.
Reported missing on Nov. 1, Brainerd investigators have found nothing missing from Dalquist's apartment in northeast Brainerd, no money taken out of her checking account or other financial accounts and no phone calls have been made to family or friends.
Dalquist is described as 5 feet, 4 inches tall, 135 pounds with brown, chin-length hair and blue eyes. She has a blue and green scroll tattoo on her lower back.
She was last seen wearing blue jeans and a dark blue sweatshirt with a zipper in the front. The sweatshirt may have had a hood.
The Brainerd Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding Dalquist. Anyone with information should call (218) 829-2805.
A Web site, http://www.erikasmissing.com/, has been set up featuring information and photographs of Dalquist, as well as a link for people who might have information to provide on her whereabouts.
A reward of up to $10,000 has been offered for information leading to the recovery of Dalquist.
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