Fargo police ask for help finding a missing pregnant woman

People should check their sheds, garages, and other out buildings.
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The Fargo Police Department is asking the public for help finding 22-year-old Savanna Greywind. 

She was last seen at her apartment building in north Fargo last Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Greywind is 8 months pregnant. 

Then on Thursday, police found a 2-day-old baby in her apartment building. Two people –38 year-old Brooke Lynn Crews and 32 year-old William Henry Hoehn – were arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping, according to police.

"Our investigation thus far indicates the probability that this is Savanna Greywind's child," police said in a Facebook post

Where to look

The police department posted to Facebook asking people to check garages, sheds, gazebos, fenced yards, etc. for "signs of suspicious activity or evidence" that might help find Greywind.

Apartment and rental property owners are also asked to check empty garages, vacant apartments, and dumpsters.

Have you seen this vehicle?

Without saying much, the police department posted several pictures of this vehicle, asking if anyone's seen it between last Saturday and Thursday.

It's a brown 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4 door with Minnesota plates 876 EPR. It has rust on the roof and missing paint on the hood.

If you have any information about the vehicle, know where Savanna is, or find signs of suspicious activity on your property, contact the Fargo Police Department through the First Link Tip Line at 701-235-7335.

Crews searching Saturday

On Saturday, Fargo detectives partnered with some K9 search and rescue teams. 

By 3:20 p.m., they'd searched 35 locations connected to the suspects and based on GPS information. But nothing had been found. 

"We are still working on putting together a timeline of where the suspects [sic] Jeep has been from Saturday the 19th through Wednesday the 23rd," a Facebook post reads.

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