Body found during a search for a missing Blaine woman

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A search for a missing Blaine woman turned up a body Saturday.

Lisa Marie, 54, has been missing since Jan. 5. She left her home on foot that evening and hasn't been heard from since.

Friends and family organized a search party Saturday. The Facebook post says people set out on snowmobiles to look for the woman.

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According to WCCO, a body was found near Bunker Hills Regional Park.

Police have not confirmed whether or not the body belongs to Marie, the Pioneer Press reports. 

Blaine police said in a news release they believe Marie is "at risk." They describe her as white and 5-foot-2. She was last seen wearing a dark tan winter coat with fur around the hood. She also had on a tan long-sleeved shirt and white winter boots.

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