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Olivia Lone Bear missing from North Dakota

Missing Person North Dakota Olivia Lone Bear

August 1, 2018 – The FBI has announced that the truck of missing Olivia Lone Pine has been found and inside there was a body.  The vehicle was found in Lake Sakakawea on the reservation and that a “victim” was found inside.

The truck was found in the water by a fisherman,  He felt something hit beneath the underside of his boat, and called the authorities.  They discovered the truck in the water.  The truck was identified as the one that Olivia was driving.  .A positive identification of the body will be made.

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Olivia Lone Bear, 32, from Stanley, North Dakota was last seen on the evening of October 24, 2017 leaving Ranchman’s, which is east of New Town, North Dakota.  Mathew, Olivia’s brother told Democracy Now, “The last known video that we found, she’s going west on Main Street in New Town. It was taken off a bank camera.”

Olivia Lone Bear

Olivia is Native American, 5’6″, 130 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She has scars on her right front shoulder and one of her palms. She also has several tattoos and pierced ears.  Olivia has 3 stacked stars behind her right ear, IXXIMMXI tattoos on her right arm, “Lone Bear” tattooed on her left forearm, and “Haley” tattooed with a butterfly on her right ankle.

Olivia Lone Bear
Olivia Lone Bear


Anyone with information may contact a tip line at 701-627-6141 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Central Standard Time. Calls outside of those hours or on Saturday and Sunday may go to 701-627-3617 or 701-627-3610.

She was last seen driving a blue granite metallic grey 2011 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD LT Crew Cab with North Dakota plate 839 BRC.  It has a dented tailgate and a missing rear view mirror and front emblem.  The truck has a silver tool box in the bed.

More information can be found on her website.


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