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Search continues for missing brothers in Clinton and Caldwell counties

Clinton County Sheriff Larry Fish says authorities searched multiple properties in Clinton and Caldwell counties today for the brothers.

Posted: Jul 25, 2019 5:32 PM
Updated: Jul 25, 2019 7:20 PM

(BRAYMER, Mo.) The search is ongoing for two missing brothers from Wisconsin.

Justin and Nicholas Diemel were in Missouri for business and had a flight scheduled on Sunday at Kansas City International Airport. Nicholas’ wife, Lisa Diemel, said they never boarded that flight back to Wisconsin.

Both men were labeled missing persons by the Shawano County Sheriff's office in Wisconsin. The department contacted Caldwell County Sheriff's Office to check on the missing brothers.

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Clinton County Sheriff Larry Fish says authorities searched multiple properties in Clinton and Caldwell counties today for the brothers.

One of the properties searched was 3321 Southeast Catawba Road in Braymer, Mo. They are checking buildings, ponds and waste piles. The family said this locations was one place the brothers were supposed to visit for business.

Authorities say it is an active investigation and there is no indication that anything suspicious has happened.

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