The investigation into the disappearance of 34-year-old Paige Birgfeld has been on going for nearly two weeks and now a group devoted to searching is taking the reigns in hopes of finding her.
The search for Birgfeld is being taken up by the Jennifer and Abby Recovery Foundation, which of course dates back to the Michael Blagg double murder case in 2001 and while 250 search volunteers are ready to go, the foundation and the family are asking for your help.
Although the actual search area has not been disclosed as of yet a staging area will be set up in the next 24-36 hours so prospective searchers can be brought up to speed and squared away and then the search itself will start at 7 a.m. Saturday.
Birgfeld hasn't been seen in nearly two weeks, however, her burned out car was discovered at a business on 23 Road less than a day after she was reported missing.
The investigation into Birgfeld's disappearance has led in several directions, including the discovery that she was involved in several businesses, including an escort service.
And with family hardship the foundation is determined to find the mother of three.
If you are interested in getting involved in the search efforts you can contact Connie Flukey at 254–1567.
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