Halloween marks the fourth anniversary of Jeremy Jourdain’s disappearance

Halloween marks the fourth anniversary of Jeremy Jourdain’s disappearance.

According to Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin, Jourdain was last seen leaving a Halloween night party in 2016.

A few of his friends followed him and lost sight of him in a wooded area of 5th St. and Wood Ave. SE.

Since Jeremy’s disappearance, more than 200 follow-up investigations and searches have taken place, with the help of tribal, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

Mastin says that in the last year, the BPD has completed six canine searches of public and private properties.

“These searches included the use of two to five canine teams working several hours over multiple days and included searches on water and land. We have searched areas that tips have led us to, as well as, areas of interest and areas accessible if Jeremy walked away and became disoriented.”

Anyone with information on Jeremy’s disappearance is encouraged to contact the Bemidji Police Department at 333-9111, and can report anonymously through CrimeStoppers of Minnesota.

“We continue to need your help in this case. If you know something, say something,” said Mastin.

Jeremy was last seen wearing a blue and gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and black and white Air Jordan shoes.


Larissa Donovan is the News Director for the stations of Paul Bunyan Broadcasting and has been, almost without interruption, since Election Day 2016. She covers events and issues in north central Minnesota, which include local government, crime, courts, education, environment and social issues. She studied communications at Bemidji State University and received her degree in 2018. Larissa, native to the great state of New York, grew up in Bemidji, and enjoys spending her spare time with her family and pet cat. She also loves Star Trek, punk rock music and the theater.


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