Case of missing Becky Jo Look reopened by Kittson County Sheriff’s Office

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Becky Jo Look

Missing Missouri Becky Jo Look

Kittson County Sheriffs Steve Porter and Chief Deputy Matt Vig have posted a YouTube video asking for information on the disappearance of Becky Jo Look. Look disappeared from Halma, Minn., in 1995. She supposedly left to be closer to family in Albuquerque, N.M., but never showed up.

Not only have Porter and Vig posted a video they have admitted that there were “holes in the investigation.”

Look was living with her former boyfriend, Todd Spilde, before she disappeared.  Porter and Vig told the Grand Forks Herald, “it is clear she [Look] never made it out of Kittson County.

Laura and Misty, Becky Jo’s daughters have also posted a video on Facebook.  You can watch it here.

Porter also would like to talk with anyone that have spoken before to police about the case.

If you have any information about the disappearance of Betty Jo Look, please call the Kittson County Sheriff’s Office.

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