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Find Missing Ashley HeavyRunner Loring!

Find Missing Ashley HeavyRunner Loring!

Find missing Ashley HeavyRunner Loring!
She has been missing for over five months.
It is unlike her to vanished without warning.
She did not vanish “into thin air.”
Has something happened to her?

Find Missing Ashley HeavyRunner Loring!

Find Missing Ashley HeavyRunner Loring!

Find missing Ashley HeavyRunner Loring! Police in Glacier County, Montana, are requesting the help of the public. They are seeking to locate Ashley HeavyRunner Loring. She also goes by Ashley Loring/HeavyRunner and Ashley Loring. Ashley was last seen on Monday June 5, 2017. Her family state that Ashley was seen on or around that time. Her family state that they haven’t heard from her since early June. She is missing from Browning, Montana. According to her family, it is totally unlike Ashley to just vanish without warning. They believe that she is endangered.

Find Missing Ashley HeavyRunner Loring!

Ashley HeavyRunner Loring is described as a Native American Indian female. She was 20 years old at the time of her disappearance. She may be 21 years old now. Ashley has brown hair and brown eyes. She is described as 5’2″ tall and weighing 90 pounds. When last seen, Ashley was wearing a t-shirt and jeans. The Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Justice Services is offering a $1000 reward for information about Asley’s case. The Backfoot Tribe is offering an additional $5000 for a combined $6000 reward for info leading to the return of Ashley.

Find Missing Ashley HeavyRunner Loring!
How We Can Help

The loved ones of Ashley HeavyRunner Loring have to deal with her search during the holidays. And she has been missing for over five months. They have been doing all within their power to push awareness for Ashley and make sure that people don’t forget that she is missing. But they are asking for our help. We can “Like” or “Follow” the Facebook page set up for Ashley. We can circulate or donate to their fundraiser for her search. And they ask that we use the hashtag #findAshleyHeavyRunner to maximize her story’s exposure.

If you have seen Ashley or have any information about her, please contact the Browning Police Department at 1-406-338-4000. You can also forward tips to Blackfeet Law Enforcement at: (406) 338-4000. OR you can contact the Glacier County Sheriff’s Office at: (406) 873-2711.

The Find Ashley Loring/HeabyRunner Facebook page is the images and information source for this post. The sister of Ashley Loring runs this page. Use Facebook? Consider clicking to “like” this page.

A Go Fund Me fundraiser has been set up, called Missing, Ashley HeavyRunner Loring. Click here and learn more.


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  1. I Googled Blackfeet Law Enforcement Missing persons and I am seeing where there has recently been 3 – 4 people from that area gone missing. One was found dead in an alley another found a few days later – alive. Does this suggest a type of recklessness or something else im not aware of.? In the face of this tragedy, and online releases reporting the disgusting crimes going on there oneust be aware of whatever situations are present in reservation towns.
    I believe there are several people with some kind of knowledge of ALHR and the other disappearances and the truth isn’t good.
    According to news reports, there have been search parties out in the countryside. Do these people know who exactly who was on each and every search.? Sometimes a searcher is responsible and will try to divert a search. See State v Miller 2009 MT. Did anybody leave town shortly after ALHR went missing.? The situation on an Indian reservation is localized. Right there in Browning, MT is a good place to focus for answers.
    The FBI has been called in to investigate. The local agency was requested to help locate. An adult who cannot be located is generally not exactly a police matter. It takes time to develop some kind of concern from authorities. It would seem they’ve gone punchy from people who can’t be located.


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