Police say they won't give up on Wadena woman missing for 25 years

Local law enforcement official are still looking for leads in the missing persons case of a Wadena woman who vanished 25 years ago. Wadena's police chief said there haven't been any new developments in the case of Carla Beth Anderson in the past five years. Anderson was 23 when she went missing Nov. 13, 1987.
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Local law enforcement official are still looking for leads in the missing persons case of a Wadena woman who vanished 25 years ago, the East Otter Tail Focus reported.

Wadena Police Chief Bruce Uselman said there haven't been any new developments in the case of Carla Beth Anderson in the past five years. Anderson was 23 when she went missing Nov. 13, 1987.

Uselman is confident advanced technology will help them solve the case. Most recently, authorities were able to secure DNA samples from Anderson's biological mother in the hope it will help solve the case.

Anderson was listed on the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension'sCold Case Playing Cards issued in 2008.

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