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Okemos woman joins in 'Missing in Michigan' event

By AP

OKEMOS, MI –
An event being held this weekend in Detroit will give family members of missing persons a chance to meet with investigators and offer information for a new database.

Ardis Renkoski of Okemos expects to be on hand for the "Missing in Michigan" event at Ford Field on Saturday.

Her daughter, Paige, has been missing since 1990.

Ardis Renkoski tells the Lansing State Journal she needs to know what happened to Paige.

The case recently was reopened by three cold-case detectives working for the Livingston County sheriff's department, who have identified six possible suspects.

Missing in Michigan is open to the public and will feature training sessions on safety. Those connected to a missing persons case are encouraged to attend and enter their case into the database.

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