Possible clue uncovered in search for missing Monroe County woman

Possible clue uncovered in search for missing Monroe County woman

MONROE COUNTY, MI (Toledo News Now) - Monday, detectives continued their search for 22-year-old Chelsea Bruck, who went missing in October after attending a Halloween party in Frenchtown Township.

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office says they were responding to a tip Sunday when they began to search an abandoned industrial site in Flat Rock, Michigan

State police were called to assist the sheriff's office with a K-9 unit, helicopter and ATV, which combed through the land on Peters Road south of Van Horn Road.

Clothing and other evidence related to Chelsea Bruck was collected and sent to the Michigan State Police Crime Lab for forensic analysis.

After detectives left the area, members of the community came out to do their own search.

Colleen Klocek says she wants to help the family find answers.

"The love I have for people and the tool I have... I have a valuable asset, I couldn't imagine living with myself, having a trained dog and not helping," said Klocek. "It's just heartbreaking knowing that someone from the Monroe community, I'm originally from Monroe, I lived there many years before moving to Toledo, and just knowing someone is missing... this family deserves answers. I would not know what to do if my child was missing."

Bruck's mother says she is happy that the detectives are actively working to find her daughter and asks that everyone allows them space to continue.

The Monroe Sheriff's Office is continuing to follow tips and leads. Anyone with information is asked to call the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Detective Bureau at 734-240-7530.

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