BURNSVILLE, Minn. - A message and a map posted on the "Please Help Find Anarae Schunk" Facebook page offers a thank you and a more specific area for the ongoing search.
"Because we do not yet have Anarae, we need to continue to search. Based on the location of the homicide and potential destinations, the area circled in red is a likely area where Anarae may be," the message read.
The search being conducted on Sunday is centered around Pickerel Lake and along the Mississippi River in St. Paul.
"There are, of course, many other areas in the Rosemount/Farmington area around Highway 46 and Shannon Parkway that are also high potential for locating her," the message read.
The family has also been extremely thankful for all the help and support they have received.
"Big thank you to Steve Matula and all those who have helped with searching for Anarae," the message said.
Steve Matula is the brother of Mandy Matula, who is the Eden Prairie woman who was last seen in May.
For more information on how you can join the search for Schunk, go to the family's Facebook page.
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