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Continued: Parents of missing Maple Grove girl still face grief and suspicion

  • Article by: PAUL LEVY and JOY POWELL , Star Tribune
  • Last update: May 20, 2014 - 6:10 AM

As rain poured Monday in Maple Grove, a smattering of visitors stood at a park, beyond yellow tape, and stared at the green and purple home that neighbors say Midden and ­Pagnac have owned for decades.

Pagnac said she and Midden have avoided neighbors, in part because of health scares she and her husband have had. Pagnac says she battles intestinal cancer and has suffered strokes. She said her husband also has had a stroke.

Midden said the authorities’ occasional searches have brought his family “nothing but frustration.”

“I can’t imagine what they’re looking for, but they didn’t tell me anything the last time they made a search, about seven years ago,” he said. “Amy didn’t run off. It was organized crime that did this.”

 

Paul Levy • 612-673-4419

Joy Powell • 612-673-7750

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