Eagle Lake, MN (KROC-AM News) - It appears the search for a missing Mankato woman may be over.
The Blue Earth Sheriff's Office this afternoon reported that a body believed to be that of Nayawour "Sunday" Chuol was found around 9 o'clock this morning. The Sheriff's Office says the discovery was made by a citizen in a canoe searching in a swamp north of Highway 14 in the Eagle Lake area.
A news release says the remains were found adjacent to the primary search area and states that it is unknown if recent severe weather contributed to the discovery. The body was taken to the Ramsey County Medical Examiner's for positive identification and to determine the cause of death.
Chuol was reported missing on April 25th. She was last spotted in a security camera video recording at a convenience store in Eagle Lake that evening.
Rochester, Minnesota Athletes Need a Miracle for Their Field!
The Miracle Field in Rochester, Minnesota needs a miracle!
Back in 2006, Miracle Field was constructed to allow all abilities the opportunity to get on the field to enjoy a game of baseball rather than just cheering from the sidelines. The field is a barrier-free, handicapped-accessible baseball field that is enjoyed by many but unfortunately, the field is no longer safe and needs to be restored.
The cost to restore Miracle Field is $200,000 and thankfully, over $90,000 has already been donated.
With the communities help, the goal of $200,000 will be met, and "Play Ball" will once again be cheered in June 2022.
To Donate - Click on the link below to support our athletes with disabilities. This is an easy, safe, and secure way to make tax-deductible donations.