Police searching for clues in Indiana mother’s disappearance

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GREENE COUNTY (Jan. 8, 2015) – The search continues for a Bloomfield, Ind. mother, who has been missing for a week.

Police say 18-year-old Marina Boelter was last seen on New Year’s Eve around 6 p.m., when she left work at a grocery store. She did not return to work the following day.

There was no recorded surveillance from the store or strip mall where she worked.  However, witnesses reported seeing Boelter get into a Mercury with an unidentified male.

Boelter’s family say the disappearance is out of character. They’ve set up a Facebook account to compile search efforts.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Greene County Sheriff’s Department at (812) 384-4411 or Greene County Crime Stoppers at (812) 847-5463.

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