KX Conversation: How does the Bismarck PD handle missing persons cases? Sgt. Mark Gaddis discusses

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People go missing every day, but when it’s your loved one, would you know what to do?

For our Dec. 2 edition of KX Conversation, we were joined by Sgt. Mark Gaddis with the Bismarck Police Department.

We discussed the myth that people must wait 24 hours to report a missing person and how law enforcement decides when to put out a missing persons release to news outlets and the public.

We also touched on who handles missing persons on a statewide basis, who do police contact for assistance and much more.

As a reminder, high school student Chase Hurdle is still missing.

He was last seen on Nov. 2 leaving Bismarck High School.

Hurdle has a history of suffering from amnesia. He’s 5’8″ and 130 pounds with has brown eyes, black hair and wears plastic-framed glasses.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, call the BPD at 701-223-1212.

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