3 years after disappearance, investigators still confident of resolution to Renkas case

IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (WLUC) - On the third anniversary of the suspicious disappearance of Nancy Renkas, Dickinson County authorities say they continue to follow up on leads in the case.

The Dickinson County Sheriff's Office says Renkas was last seen getting into a white SUV in the Super One Foods parking lot in Iron Mountain on July 18, 2016. Detectives believe the nature of her disappearance is suspicious. The 47-year-old woman lived in Florence with her two sons.

Detectives found the white SUV, and the driver did initially speak with investigators, but they are no longer cooperating.

A task force with detectives from police agencies in Michigan and Wisconsin, along with FBI agents from Marquette and Green Bay, continue to meet and follow up on leads.

The Dickinson County Sheriff's Office says law enforcement remains confident it will find out what happened to Renkas. Last year, authorities said they had a new suspect in the case, but no arrests have been made.

Anyone with information about the disappearance of Renkas, no matter how insignificant it may seem to them, is asked to contact Detective Lieutenant Derek Dixon at 906-774-6262 of the Dickinson County Sheriff's Office or their local law enforcement agency.

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