Laurel woman missing

Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Outlook photo by Kathleen Gilluly  A group of volunteers gathered Wednesday morning near where Lori Bray’s car was found to look for her. The Laurel woman has been missing since early Tuesday morning.

Outlook photo by Kathleen Gilluly 

A group of volunteers gathered Wednesday morning near where Lori Bray’s car was found to look for her. The Laurel woman has been missing since early Tuesday morning.

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A Laurel woman has reportedly been missing since the end of her shift early Tuesday morning at Cedar Ridge Casino. Lori Bray, 57, was last seen on video surveillance leaving work at about 12:30 a.m. An unknown man was seen on the video getting into her car. Bray’s car was later found north of the cemetery on Buffalo Trail Rd. A search party was organized by Bray’s employer, Cathy Culp, on Wednesday morning. The group of about 20 volunteers was going to search in the area of where the vehicle was found. The Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office is in charge of the investigation. Anyone with information related to Bray’s disappearance should contact the YCSO at 1-800-877-1082.

 

Updated: 10/3/19

Related Crime Story: https://www.laureloutlook.com/content/body-discovered-yard-office-rd

 

Update: October 8, 2019, 10 a.m.

Obituary: https://www.laureloutlook.com/content/lori-siemsen-bray

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