A 19-year-old woman was found barely alive at the entrance to a west-metro park, and authorities said they are looking for two people connected with the case.
Cheyenne L. Clough, of Buffalo, Minn., remained in critical condition Thursday at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale, one day after a 911 call sent emergency responders to the entrance of Crow Springs Park in Franklin Township, where Clough was found unresponsive on the ground, said the Wright County Sheriff’s Office. She is the mother of a 3-year-old son.
Sheriff’s officials said Thursday they are looking for two “persons of interest”: Justin Michael Jensen, 28, of Maple Lake, and Natasha Leanne Brandenburger, 33, of Buffalo. Police are also on the lookout for a 2008 white Honda Accord with an Iowa license plate, AXK248
Clough’s prognosis “doesn’t look good,” sheriff’s Capt. Todd Hoffman said. Clough had obvious signs of trauma to her body, Hoffman said.
A call to 911 about 8:10 a.m. Wednesday sent Montrose Fire Department personnel and sheriff’s deputies to the scene. Clough was found at the entrance, then taken by ambulance to a hospital in Buffalo before being transferred to North Memorial. She was last seen at a residence on the 200 block of Birch Avenue NW. in Maple Lake, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 763-682-1162.