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Fri October 23, 2009
Police still looking into Okemos woman's disappearance
HOWELL, MI – A cold case team actively is working to solve the disappearance of an Okemos woman nearly 20 years ago.
The three-member team has released a new sketch of a man a witness said he saw near Paige Marie Renkoski's vehicle. It also is rechecking a tip from the late '90s that the 30-year-old Okemos woman is buried on land in Livingston county's far northwestern corner.
Cold case team member William Lenaghan told the Livingston County Daily Press & Argus on Thursday the clues are "pieces of the puzzle without a bridge."
Renkoski last was seen talking to a man standing between her car and a minivan on the afternoon of May 24, 1990.
Police have ruled the case a homicide even though Renkoski's body never has been found.