Police Asking For Public’s Help In Searching For Missing Fargo Woman
FARGO, N.D. – Fargo police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing Fargo woman who disappeared almost a week ago.
Police say a then 8-moths pregnant Savanna Greywind was last seen Saturday at her neighbor’s apartment located above her own. Police found Greywind’s newborn with her neighbors Thursday.
38-year-old Brook Lynn Crews and 32-year-old William Henry Hoehn, are in the Cass County jail on suspicion of conspiracy to commit kidnapping charges after being arrested Thursday at separate locations.
Initially the couple were cooperative with investigators, confirming the newborn was Greywind’s, but stopped when asked what had happened to Greywind.
Police are asking for the public’s help in searching their property for signs of the missing woman, who has brown hair, green eyes, and stands 5 foot 4 inches tall.
People are asked to give particular attention to locked and fenced areas of their property, including vacant apartments and dumpsters. Police are also asking the public to keep an eye out for a Jeep Cherokee with Minnesota license plates 876-EPR. Police say the vehicle may be connected to the crime.
Greywind’s family, who also live in the same apartment complex reported her missing Saturday afternoon. Police said in a Facebook post that initial searches of Crew’s and Hoehn’s apartment turned up nothing, nor did initial reports with them.
Police confirmed she may no longer be in the Fargo area.
Anyone who has information about Savanna Greywind’s whereabouts should call the police tip line at 701-235-7335.