S.D. Missing Persons Monday – 3/15/21

PIERRE, S.D. — Every Monday, the Office of the Attorney General of South Dakota highlights missing persons cases still active throughout the state. Take a look at the cases below – your information could make the difference!


MICAH TWO BULLS (12) — RAPID CITY

Micah is a 5’2″, 110lbs. Native American male with black hair and brown eyes. He went missing from Rapid City on February 9, 2021.

He was last seen wearing a black Nike hat, gray jersey with red lettering, and black pants. His head was shaved at the time he went missing. Micah also has a tattoo on his index finger.

 

Micah Two Bulls

If you have any information regarding Micah’s whereabouts, please contact the Rapid City Police Department at (605) 394 – 4131.


SYLVANUS LAME JR. (17) – SIOUX FALLS

Sylvanus is a 5’11”, 145lbs. Native American male with brown hair and brown eyes. He went missing from Minnehaha County, about seven miles west of Sioux Falls, on February 14, 2021.

He was last seen wearing a black and white zip-up Adidas hoodie and black Airforce 1 shoes. He also wears glasses.

 

Sylvanus Lame Jr

If you have any information regarding Sylvanus’ whereabouts, please contact the Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office at (605) 367 – 4300.


CARLYNN STANDING ELK (14) — BOX ELDER

Carlynn is a 5’6″, 110lbs. Native American female with long brown hair and brown eyes. She went missing from Box Elder on February 4, 2021. Carlynn was last seen at Douglas High School.

She was last seen wearing a black hoodie, dark skinny jeans, and white shoes. She was carrying a red backpack. Carlynn has two lines shaved into her eyebrow.

 

(NO PHOTO OF CARLYNN IS AVAILABLE)

If you have any information regarding Carlynn’s whereabouts, please contact the Box Elder Police Department at (605) 394 – 4134.


Information on missing persons cases in South Dakota can be found here, by calling the Division of Criminal Investigation at (605) 773 – 3331, or by email at missingpersons@state.sd.us

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