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Searching for answers to Stephanie Low's disappearance

6:25 PM, May 19, 2013
Jennifer Hasse-Rau, right, of Wausau, and Alina Muller, of Minneapolis, volunteer to help search for the missing Stephanie Low on Sunday in Wausau.
Jennifer Hasse-Rau, right, of Wausau, and Alina Muller, of Minneapolis, volunteer to help search for the missing Stephanie Low on Sunday in Wausau.
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Friends and family members of Stephanie Low scoured an area along the Rib River on Sunday, hoping to find any clues that could answer the question of what happened to her.

Low, of Wausau, was 22 when she was reported missing Oct. 10, 2010. Investigators say she disappeared sometime after an early-morning phone call to a friend ended abruptly. They say they believe she was taken against her will, but so far have no idea where she might be.

Low's mother, Claudia Blake, of Wausau, said Sunday's search is in response to some tips "that have come in to the family," she said. "I want to rule it out." ...

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