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Missing Person Nebraska Sandra Root

The body of Sandra Root was found not too far from where she was last seen.

Sandra Root, 70, has been missing from North Lake in South Bend, Nebraska on Friday, March 2.  The Cass County Sheriff’s Office and Sandra’s daughter went to check on her at her E. Lake Park Drive resident and found her missing.

A search of the area did not result in finding Sandra.

Sandra Root
Sandra Root

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office released this notice:

“On March 04, 2018 at about 21:01 Jessie Root checked on her mother at her place of residence and was unable to locate. Neighbor advised the last Sandra Root was seen was at 16:30 on March 02, 2018. Root family advised all of her personal items i.e. wedding ring, jewelry, eye glasses were left on her dresser. The family advised this is very unusual. A poem indicating “I’m Now Free” (suggesting suicide) was posted on the refrigerator door. The family indicates Sandra has suffered from depression in the past.”

Sandra was last seen wearing a below waist Heavy black coat with fur trim, black knee high boots and grey-blue ear muffs. She does not have a cell phone and her car was found at her home.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Sandra Root is asked to call the Cass County Sheriff’s Office at 402-296-9370.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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