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Police Ask Hunters to Keep Eyes open for Missing Women

By: WSAW Staff
By: WSAW Staff
The departments are actively searching for Stephanie Low who went missing on October 10, 2010 and Kayla Berg who went missing August 11, 2009.

(L) Kayla M. Berg missing since 8/11/09 (R) Stephanie A. Low missing since 10/10/10

The Wausau and Antigo Police Departments are asking hunters to be observant of anything suspicious in the woods while out hunting.

The departments are actively searching for Stephanie Low who went missing on October 10, 2010 and Kayla Berg who went missing August 11, 2009. Police do not believe the two cases are related.

Click here to view more information onKayla M. Berg

Click here to view more information on Stephanie A. Low

If you have any information call:
Antigo Police Dept./ Langlade County Sheriff's Department at
(715) 627-6411
Marathon County Sheriff's Department at (715) 261-1200
Wausau Police Department (715)261-7800


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