43 year old Sherry Arnold has been missing in Sidney, Montana since Saturday morning, January 7, 2012, when she went for a jog. She was last seen at about 6:30 a.m. on Saturday when she was leaving home for her usual early morning jog. She never returned and has not been seen or head from since. Police have reported that they found one of Arnold’s running shoes near a truck route in a roadside ditch that is a part of Sherry Arnold’s normal jogging route.
Police found a running shoe identified as Sherry Arnold’s near a truck route that is reportedly part of her normal jogging route, but say they have been unable to determine what may have happened to her.
Arnold’s stunned family is praying for her return.
“I’m hoping she’s found. I’m hoping that she’s healthy. I miss her so badly,” Arnold’s husband Gary Arnold told ABCNews.com. “We miss her so badly. This community needs her back.”
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- Arnold has brown eyes and black hair.
- She is 5 feet, 10 inches tall with a slender build, weighing about 140 pounds.
- She was last seen wearing a hooded sweatshirt with white stripes on the sleeves, red nylon pants with black leggings and black gloves.
If you have any information regarding missing Sherry Arnold, please call the Sidney Police Department at 406-433-2210.
A search continues today for a missing teacher in Sidney. Authorities say Sherry Arnold is now listed as a missing person. Law enforcement and hundreds of volunteers are desperately seeking to find any clues as to what may have happened.
More than 300 people from Sidney and neighboring areas are searching for 43-year-old Sherry Arnold.
UPDATE I: The FBI has joined the search for missing Montana mother and teacher Sherry Arnold. They are considering the possibility that Arnold could have been abducted.
The FBI has joined the search for missing Montana mother and teacher Sherry Arnold and investigators are considering the possibility that Arnold could have been abducted and taken across the nearby North Dakota border.
“In cases where an adult may have been taken across state lines against their will, the FBI becomes involved,” Debbie Dujanovic Bertram, the FBI public affairs specialist in Salt Lake City, told ABCNews.com. “We are not saying that happened, but it is one of the angles we are looking into.”