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Have you seen this boy? Police ask for help in finding teen missing since Halloween

Anyone with information should contact the Bemidji Law Enforcement Center.
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Officials are asking for the public's help to find a teen who went missing on Halloween.

According to Bemidji Police, Jeremy Jourdain was last seen leaving a Halloween party around midnight on October 31 near the 500 block of Wood Ave in Bemidji.

Jourdain is a 17-year-old Native American male, 6'4" and 175 pounds. He has short dark brown hair and brown eyes, and was last seen wearing a blue and grey hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.

Police released photos of his clothing on Facebook:

Officers and volunteers have held extensive searches with the help of drones, a helicopter, and a bloodhound, WCCO says. But there has been no sign of Jourdain so far, including cell phone pings.

Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin told The Bemidji Pioneer that there's no indication of foul play at this time.

"It's just the question, 'Where is Jeremy?' and we're trying to find the answer the best we can," Mastin said.

Police are asking anyone with information on his whereabouts to call the Bemidji Law Enforcement Center at 218-333-9111 or dial 911.

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