Bismarck Police ask for help locating missing, endangered woman



The Bismarck Police Department (BPD) is asking the public to help find a missing endangered woman. 

24-year-old Julie Hoffman was last seen Wednesday April 11th around 9:00 p.m. on surveillance video on the 400 block of West Main Avenue in Bismarck according to BPD. 

BPD says she has a medical condition that requires medication and that she will be out of said medication today. 

Hoffman is described as 5’7″, 120 pounds, brown shoulder length hair, and hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing a red jacket, black leggings and pink shoes. 

She was last seen with 48-year-old Nathan Castillo of Eagle Butte, S.D. 

He may be driving a 1987 Chevrolet Motor Home that is grey and orange with South Dakota license plate WJV31. That vehicle may be towing a Jeep.

BPD says Castillo was last seen at the soup kitchen on the 200 block of North 23rd Street in Bismarck, at 1:00 p.m. on April 12th.  He entered the soup kitchen and asked for soup to go for a female that didn’t want to come in.

The last phone contact made with Hoffman was on April 12th. 

Anyone with information about Hoffman’s location is asked to call the Bismarck Police Department at 701-223-1212.

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