Missing Eden Prairie Man – Eden Prairie PD Asks for Public’s Help Finding Missing Man

Missing Eden Prairie Man – Community inhabitants and Eden Prairie police are searching for an Eden Prairie man who left his home for a run at 10 a.m. September 13 and had not gotten back as of about 8:30 p.m., according to his significant other.

A neighbor, Matt Vanelli revealed to EPLN Monday night that Elhard had not gotten back as of 8:25 p.m. September 13. He said that Elhard was passing on his phone and was wearing an Apple Watch and a clinical I.D. wristband.

Vanelli said that Elhard has been planning for the Chicago Marathon and consistently runs east into Bloomington. Neighbors have been on the running and journeying trails near Bush Lake and Highland Park, Vanelli said.

Another neighbor, Ali Farm, uncovered to EPLN that Elhard was wearing an astonishing yellow and green tank top. She asked that people check their Ring or Nest doorbells for pictures of Elhard.

An Eden Prairie Police Department (EPPD) missing individual caution posted on Facebook at around 10 p.m. said that Elhard left his home traveling west on Jackson Drive near Pioneer Trail and Franlo Road. He was wearing a fluorescent yellow shirt and dull shorts, the caution said.

“We are viably investigating and collecting understanding on the missing individual at this moment,” EPPD Sgt. Lonnie Copeland said when asked with regards to whether police had the choice to follow Elhard’s phone or Apple Watch. “We have used all means open to us to discover him.” Any additional information will be given in a subsequent public assertion, he said.

Soppeland asked that anyone with information call 952-949-6200.

Others have walked a part of the manners in which near Elhard’s home on Jackson Drive, including Purgatory Creek, according to Vanelli. He said Elhard most likely would have remained on the made way.

Jackson Drive is discovered south of Pioneer Tail and west of Highway 169.

Kristi Elhard detailed in a 9 p.m. Facebook post that a pursuit composed by friends and family will begin at 10 p.m. Sept. 13 from Pax Christi Church, 12100 Pioneer Trail. A red tent will be set up in the parking structure. Searchers were drawn closer to bring lights, wear savvy attire and deluge stuff, and incredible shoes.

“Your prosperity is imperative to us,” the post said.

Vanelli said before that a more broad request will be composed Tuesday morning, September 14. He said Eden Prairie police had been educated before 4 p.m. Monday.

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