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Find Missing Shannon Minshall!

Find Missing Shannon Minshall!

Find missing Shannon Minshall!
She is missing from home.
She took nothing with her.
Now she has been missing for over five years.
Where is Shannon Minshall?

Find Missing Shannon Minshall!
Details

Find Missing Shannon Minshall! Shannon Minshall has been missing since May 23, 2013. She is missing from Willow Springs, Missouri. Shannon Minshall is classified as an endangered missing person. Her year of birth is 1967. At the time of her disappearance, Minshall was 45 years old. Her current age is 50 years old. Shannon Minshall is a Caucasian female. She is described as 5’5″ tall and 130 pounds. Her hair is brown and her eyes are blue. Minshall has several tattoos. She has a large scar on her left forearm and a large scar on her abdomen. It is unknown what Minshall was wearing when she was last seen.

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Circumstances

Shannon Minshall was last seen at her home in Willow Springs, Missouri. She vanished on May 23, 2013. Minshall was reported missing over a week later. She has never been heard from again.

Shannon Minshall didn’t take any personal belongings with her when she vanished. At the time of her disappearance, she and her husband were living in a camper because their house had burned down.

Shannon Minshall’s husband believes a relative who also lived in the camper may have had something to do with Minshall’s case. The unidentified male has an arrest record. And he reportedly also has a history of drug use. No one has been named as a suspect in Minshall’s disappearance. However; her case remains unsolved and foul play is suspected.

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Appeal

Shannon Minshall has been missing for over five years. Just because someone (s) has an arrest history and a drug history does not mean they are involved in a missing person’s disappearance. Maybe there are other factors also in play. Police still do not have a suspect or even a person of interest in Minshall’s case. At least, police have not publicly named them. Information is limited in Minshall’s case. Her loved ones are going through a nightmare that has lasted for five years. Someone (s) knows something! Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Shannon Minshall? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) responsible for her disappearance?

Have info? You may contact the Texas County Sheriff’s Department at: (417) 967-4165. Missouri State Highway Patrol Toll-Free Telephone Line at: (800) 877-3452. The Missing Persons Unit provides a toll-free hotline for parents, law enforcement agencies or others to provide information about missing and unidentified persons. You may email: missingpersons@mshp.dps.mo.gov

NamUs Number: MP24785

Shannon Marshall Minshall has a NamUs profile. NamUs Database.
This is an article about the disappearance of Shannon Minshall. Click here and learn more.
The above information is found on Shannon Minshall’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International License.
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