Bounty Hunter, Duane “Dog” Chapman, Offers $10,000 Reward to Help Find Dennis Banks’ Missing Granddaughter
Published October 31, 2015
BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA— Bounty hunter, Duane “Dog” Chapman has graciously offered $10,000 of his own money as a reward for any information leading to the safe return of Rose Downwind, 31, of Redby, Minnesota.
Downwind, the granddaughter of American Indian Movement leader, Dennis Banks, has been missing 11 days.
Chapman has been in direct contact with Banks since Downwind was officially listed as a missing person by the Bemidji Police Department. He has indicated he will go Bemidji next week if Downwind has not been located over the weekend.
Downwind was reportedly last seen on October 21, 2015 by her ex-boyfriend leaving a residence in Bemidji in a blue van. She reportedly was going to Saint Paul, Minnesota. However, Downwind does not know many people in that city and those who do have been contacted and have reported she has not been seen there.
Earlier it was reported, Downwind was last seen at the Target store in Bemidji on October 19, 2015, but her ex-boyfriend contacted the Bemidji Police Department saying he saw her two days later.
Friends and family have been conducting search parties in the Bemidji area in attempts to locate Downwind.
The Bemidji Police Department said there was no change in the case in an email to Native News Online on Friday, October 31, 2015 and will issue an update on Monday. Anyone with any information about the whereabouts of Downwind should contact the Bemidji Police Department by calling at 218-333-9111218-333-9111 immdiately.