Missing Eden Prairie Man – Local area occupants and Eden Prairie police are looking for an Eden Prairie man who left his home for a run at 10 a.m. Sept. 13 and had not gotten back as of about 8:30 p.m., as per his better half.
In a Facebook post at around 7:30 p.m. Sept. 13, Kristi Elhard announced that her significant other, Mike, 39, left by walking wearing running shorts, a running shirt, a dark visor and high contrast Brooks running shoes. He was not conveying his wallet or an I.D., the post said.
A neighbor, Matt Vanelli revealed to EPLN Monday night that Elhard had not gotten back as of 8:25 p.m. Sept. 13. He said that Elhard was conveying his telephone and was wearing an Apple Watch and a clinical I.D. arm band.
Vanelli said that Elhard has been preparing for the Chicago Marathon and frequently runs east into Bloomington. Neighbors have been on the running and trekking trails close to Bush Lake and Highland Park, Vanelli said.
Another neighbor, Ali Farm, revealed to EPLN that Elhard was wearing a radiant yellow and green tank top. She asked that individuals check their Ring or Nest doorbells for pictures of Elhard.
An Eden Prairie Police Department (EPPD) missing individual alarm posted on Facebook at around 10 p.m. said that Elhard left his home voyaging west on Jackson Drive close to Pioneer Trail and Franlo Road. He was wearing a fluorescent yellow shirt and dim shorts, the alarm said.
Kristi Elhard reported in a 9 p.m. Facebook post that a hunt coordinated by loved ones will start at 10 p.m. Sept. 13 from Pax Christi Church, 12100 Pioneer Trail. A red tent will be set up in the parking area. Searchers were approached to bring lights, wear intelligent apparel and downpour stuff, and great shoes.
Vanelli said before that a more extensive inquiry will be coordinated Tuesday morning, Sept. 14. He said Eden Prairie police had been informed before 4 p.m. Monday.