Towns says the Chippewa County Sheriff's Department has checked the farm in Cornell where she lives with her cousin, but didn't find her there. Towns says Forman knows someone who works at a nursing home in Augusta, but when police interviewed him, they found that he hadn't heard from her.
DENMARK, Wis. (WEAU) -- Police in eastern Wisconsin are looking for help in the search for a missing woman who was last seen near Eau Claire.
Terri Forman, 52, of Cornell has been missing since December 1. She was last seen at McDonald's on Truax Lane in the Town of Union, which is near the North Crossing exit on I-94. Denmark Police Chief Ron Towns says his agency is investigating the case because Forman's parents live in his community, and are concerned for her well-being. Towns says Forman left Denmark, which is near Green Bay, on December 1. She took a bus, and was dropped off at the Greyhound Bus station at McDonald's around 4 p.m. that day. Surveillance video shows her getting a meal with an unknown guy, but police aren't sure where she went after that. Towns says nobody has been able to reach her by phone or text recently, and her Facebook page hasn't been updated. Towns says he has no evidence that Forman is in any danger, but that it's not like her to have no contact with her family for this long.
Forman also has connections in the Chippewa Falls and Tomah areas. If you have any information on where Forman might be, you're asked to call your local law enforcement agency or the Denmark Police Department at (920) 863-2126.