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Family Makes New "Missing" Posters for Eric Haider

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New search parties are being organized for a man--missing since last May.

On May 24th 2012, Eric Haider went missing.

He was last seen at a work site north of Dickinson.

Search parties, and an ongoing police investigation have turned up nothing.

But, Eric's loved ones say there's more to the story, and they still want to bring him home.

 "I'll have people stop me and say, are you Eric's mom, they'll hug me and say I'm so sorry." Maryellen Suchan/Eric's mom

New missing posters have gone out to businesses and police stations.

"It would be a miracle if he was still alive... and I know he's not, but I still want his remains." says Suchan.

Eric's mother and daughter have good days and bad, but the mystery surrounding Eric's disappearance is always on their minds.

"It's like the detective said, a spaceship didn't just come down and pick him up, somebody seen something, somebody knows something." says Maryellen Suchan/Eric's mom.

"It's really hard, you don't know what to say about it, because you don't really know." says Brynn/Eric's daughter.

The family is organizing a 100-mile radius search for this spring, dependent on the weather.

Until then, they continue to talk about Eric all the time.

"It gets easier to talk about it, because we talk about it so much, that when we do have to talk about it, it's not as hard as if we didn't... So we do all the time." says Brynn.

"Everyone thinks he was a rough and tough guy, but he wasn't, the ones who really know him, know that." says Maryellen.

"We always did stuff together, growing up, I wasn't around him , so then every chance I was with him, it was something you really can't forget about." says Brynn.

Qualities they can only take comfort in remembering, while waiting for answers and attempting to keep his case alive.

"I believe somebody has blood on their hands, and it's not going to wash off and I'm not the mom that's going to give up... and I think that, they probably felt that Eric wasn't as important to a family as he was, and that this would go away after awhile, but it's not, as long as I'm alive, I will continue to find him." says Maryellen.

Maryellen has created a NEW facebook page.

If you want to sign up for the search this spring, check out "Eric Haider We Miss You and Want You Home!"

Maryellen also encourages anyone who donated money to the cause previously to contact the authorities, because it is believed to have been mishandled by a former family spokesperson.

If you have any information, you should contact the Dickinson Police Department and ask for a detective.

(701) 456-7759.

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