Police are trying to narrow the search for Savanna Greywind

Published: Aug. 23, 2017 at 4:38 PM CDT
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UPDATE: Deputy Chief Joe Anderson with Fargo Police tells us they are trying to narrow their investigation.

Anderson says he knows the whereabouts of everyone mentioned in the report and are working to corroborate statements.

An investigator with the Grand Forks Police department is knocking doors in Grand Forks looking to gather information on a missing Fargo woman.

The investigator is showing a picture of four men in connection to the search of Savanna Greywind. Grand Forks Police have been going door to door across town showing a flyer of Greywind and the men, asking if anyone has seen these individuals.

The names of the men and their descriptions were not listed. Greywind, who is 8 months pregnant, has been missing from her Fargo home since Saturday, August 19th.

Valley News Live called the Grand Forks Police department, only to be diverted to the Fargo Police department. Deputy Chief Joe Anderson with the Fargo Police department confirmed to Valley News Live that they have expanded to the search for Greywind, but they would not provide pictures or details as to who these individuals are.

ORIGINAL: Fargo police are trying to figure out where Savanna Lafontaine-Greywind is and why she disappeared. Greywind’s family has those same questions. Greywind is 22.

She was last seen Saturday, when she went to a neighbor’s apartment, to get fitted for a dress.

She is eight months pregnant and was looking forward to moving into her new apartment next week.

Police are investigating.

In fact they brought in a police dog to do, what they call a “track”. But that led them nowhere.

Deputy Chief Joe Anderson tells Valley News Live Greywind’s disappearance is “a little bit odd”, but he says they have no evidence to suggest any sort of crime has been committed.

Despite that, Greywind’s mom, Norberta is, as you might imagine, very worried. She doesn’t believe her daughter has taken off on her own.

She and other family members have been combing the city—concentrating on north Fargo---putting up posters, while looking for Savanna.

And, Deputy Chief Anderson is asking the public for help, in hopes of answering the question…where is Savanna Greywind?