Rebekah Barsotti case referred to Mineral County, all leads exhausted | Local News
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office issued a press release Thursday afternoon saying all leads have been exhausted in regards to Rebekah Barsotti’s disappearance. The case has been referred to Mineral County, where it will remain an active missing persons case.
Barsotti, 34, has been missing since July 20, when she was last seen around 2:15 p.m. at Town Pump in Superior. His car was seen in a rest area near milepost 71 on Interstate 90 with personal items.
Mineral County Search and Rescue, Missoula County Search and Rescue (SAR), and members of Kootenai and Flathead County Search and Rescue counties have begun an extensive search in and around the Clark Fork River. Together, more than 2,000 hours were spent on the research, the statement said. As the Missoula County SAR conducted its search, the Detectives Division of the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office investigated all other potential leads.
Barsotti’s search was extensive in terms of resources and hours spent, Mineral County Sheriff Mike Toth said in the statement.
âI am grateful for the support from our neighboring law enforcement agencies, especially the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office. The Mineral County Sheriff’s Office is sympathetic to the Barsotti family and their search for their loved one. We will continue to work with the Barsotti family and the case will remain an active missing persons case and any credible leads will be investigated, âhe said.