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Police Still Searching For Missing Laurel Man

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LAUREL, Del. - It's been exactly three weeks and still no clues leading to the discovery of a missing Laurel Man.

Investigators tell WMDT they've been working tirelessly to find 45-year-old Tim St. Jernquist. They say divers have searched every body of water in Laurel, checked homeless shelters and hospitals, and even followed up on a few tips which led to nothing. His family says he suffers from bipolar disorder and may have been hallucinating the night he disappeared.

"Nobody has seen him since October 30th. We just want him found, whether it's good or bad news we just want to know, " said Tim's girlfriend, Theresa Barnes.

If you know where Tim might be or if you've seen him recently, please call Laurel Police at 302-875-2244.

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