ANOKA, Minn. (AP) -- More than 100 people searched a trailer park in Coon Rapids in subzero temperatures, hoping to find any clues in the disappearance of an Anoka man.
Twenty-two-year-old Kevin Casserly has been missing since Nov. 12. His sister, Alexandra Casserly, says she's not giving up hope that her brother is alive and hiding somewhere.
KMSP-TV reports Daniel Casserly says some tips from the community brought searchers to Coon Rapids over the weekend.
Police say Kevin was last seen in Anoka near Ferry Street and Highway 10 without his shoes. His car was also found nearby with an empty tank of gas. He has two young children and worked at Lakeland Tool and Engineering. None of his belongings were missing from his apartment.
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