Fargo Police updates on Greywind disappearance

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - The following are updates from the Fargo Police Department regarding the disappearance of 22-year-old Savanna Greywind.
Searching for Savanna
Investigators continue to work through the weekend following up on leads from the public and evidence gathered so far. We have received approximately 150 tips from the public since Friday when the tip line went active. Investigators have followed up on many and the remaining tips have been prioritized for follow up. We continue to urge the public to forward any information they may have or come across regarding this case to the tip line. #FindSavanna
First Link Tip Line: 701-235-7335

So far, we have conducted searches of 35 locations with connections to our suspects and other locations based on GPS information, all with negative results. We will continue to conduct our searches, hoping to find Savanna.
We are still working on putting together a timeline of where the suspects Jeep has been from Saturday the 19th through Wednesday the 23rd. If you have any information as to where the vehicle may have been seen during this time frame, please call the First Link Tip Line at 701-235-7335.

Today, our detectives have teamed up with MN Canine Search Rescue &a Tracking handler Paul Matheson and his partner K9 McKenzie, and K9 Search & Rescue handlers Kay Hoernemann, Erin Fredricks and Sandie Adams and K9 Bubba Bleu Moonshine to search areas of interest. These K9s are specially trained in locating placentas. So far, the searches have not yielded any results. They are still out searching for Savanna

Yesterday, detectives using information gathered through interviews and the search warrant; used a team of searchers to comb a grove of trees and a cornfield by Dilworth.

Detectives also went to several locations to gather video from private surveillance cameras in businesses that may tell us where suspects may have been during the critical hours surrounding Savanna Greywind's disappearance. They are methodically going through hours of video in an attempt to find answers.

We brought in specially trained K9 teams from Minneapolis yesterday to search specific areas we've targeted through information we've gathered. They will continue those searches today.

We also have a team of detectives responding to the many calls coming through our tipline to do immediate follow-up on all possible leads.

As I said in my press conference yesterday, we are asking the public to assist us by checking their properties, garages and outbuildings. Also to look in dumpsters. Please respect the rights of private property owners while you are doing this.

If you do find something, please call us immediately through our dispatch center. If you have information you wish to share with us, please call our tipline at 701 235-7335.
Chief David Todd