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  1. #1
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    Jun 2016

    SD - Larissa Lonehill, 21, Rapid City, 2 Oct 2016

    Missing Rapid City women believed dead, cash reward for anyone with info

    Larissa Lonehill was last seen in Rapid City in Oct.

    Detective Nick Davis with the Rapid City Police Department said while evidence leads them to believe that Lonehill is dead, it will remain a missing persons case until they confirm her whereabouts.

  2. #2
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    Apr 2013
    From last month:


    When Lisa Lonehill saw her 21-year-old daughter, Larissa, in the afternoon of Oct. 2, she had a terrible feeling it might be the last time...

    Detectives believe Larissa is dead and buried within a 100-mile radius of Rapid City, said Capt. James Johns, head of the department's Criminal Investigations Division...

    Her family’s knowledge of Larissa’s whereabouts ended on the morning of Oct. 3, when she texted a cousin to say she was with two male friends from Pine Ridge... One of the men who reportedly picked up Larissa said he dropped her off at a party, Piper said in an interview Thursday. The other man, she said, denied being with Larissa that day.

  3. #3
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    May 2016
    Her NAMUS page..


    I wonder what evidence they have that she is deceased and buried somewhere? Why not a POI named? So sad.
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  4. #4
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    Feb 2015

    “They found her at her boyfriend’s house, so they took her,” Larissa's mom, 55, said in a phone interview Thursday. Larissa’s boyfriend thought one of the men was her cousin since Larissa introduced him as such, even though they were not related, Lisa said.

    One of Larissa’s brothers reported her missing to the Rapid City police a few days later, said Lisa, after Larissa’s boyfriend told the family she could not be found.


    It was the first time authorities publicized Larissa’s disappearance, which Johns said police began investigating in November. He emphasized it remains a missing person case, and not a homicide investigation.

    I would think investigating it like a homicide would increase their chances of finding her body and those responsible for dumping it, considering they think she is dead. I believe the above statement is an effort to throw off (very stupid) perps from thinking LE is onto them.

    Here is a Find page for Larissa

  5. #5
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    Oct 2017
    heartbreaking to read the posts from her mom on that facebook page, I wish she could get some answers. No news on this? No updates? No media?

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