On Valentine’s Day in 2019, Kaelyn Schneider’s mom Tracy Day went missing in Juneau. And for a long time, Schneider felt like her mom’s story disappeared, too.
There is no one organization that finds missing people in Juneau, and there aren’t many resources for family and friends.
There are two recent missing persons cases in Juneau. Officially, neither person has been found yet.
A trooper press release warning Alaskans about the scam said the caller claims the missing person was kidnapped and now is sick and demands money for their safe return.
The Juneau Police Department wants to positively identify the man in this video. Call the department at 586-0600 with tips.
33-year old Lael Grant was last seen in a local grocery store in the early morning of October 15, 2012. Despite an intensive search she has never been found.
Police are looking for a white, 2014 Chevrolet Impala rented Sept. 16 and its driver.
Detective Nick Garza says a lead came in from someone who was hiking July 6.
A Juneau Mountain Rescue member is onboard directing the search and thermal imaging devices are being used.