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Racine County Sheriff’s Office continues search for Lynn Rickard using mounted unit

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Lynn Rickard

KANSASVILLE — The Racine County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Milwaukee Police Department’s Mounted Unit will continue their search Tuesday, July 11th for 59-year-old Lynn Rickard. The search is part of the continuing effort to search for the Kansasville woman who went missing during the early morning hours of June 25th.

Authorities say it is believed that Rickard is suffering from a mental illness and medical issues.

“The Racine County Sheriff’s Office has utilized every resource available and continues to seek closure for the Rickard family,” said Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling.

MPD Mounted Unit

MPD Mounted Unit search for Lynn Rickard

Cadaver dogs and drones have also been utilized in the search.

Search for Lynn Rickard

Rickard was reportedly wearing pajamas, or she was possibly nude when she left her mobile home on June 25th.

As of Saturday, July 1st, the mission was focused on recovering her body.

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