South Dakota Woman Seeks Answers In Friend’s Death
KEYSTONE, S.D. (AP) – A South Dakota woman continues to seek answers four years after the death of her friend.
67-year-old Nancy Herman has refused to give up hope that she’ll find out what happened to her friend, 38-year-old Meshell Will.
Herman says she met Will in February 2013, while Will volunteered at a battered women shelter. She had last spoken to Will two days before she was last seen in Keystone.
Now, Herman regularly calls case investigators to check for updates, and has also saved over $1,000 for a reward.
Earlier this month, Herman and Will’s aunt sought help from the Vidocq Society, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit. The nonprofit provides free assistance to police investigating cold-case homicides.